Welcome to the Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL-FU). A distinguished post-graduate master programme in law (LL.M.), taught in English, and focused on the competition and regulatory law of the European Union. Our lecturers are all high-ranking legal and economic academics and practitioners, and the scope of the course ranges from foundational theoretical questions to crucial issues driving important sectors of the economy (digital platforms, telecommunications, energy, climate) today.
is a postgraduate master programme in law (LL.M.) taught in English that has been offered since 2010 by the Institute of German and European Business, Competition and Regulatory Law at the Department of Law at Freie Universität Berlin. It focuses on International and European Business and Competition Law as well as on Energy and Telecommunication Law & Regulation and is conducted by international high-ranking practitioners and academics.
The MBL-FU L.LM. programme is one of the very few postgraduate programmes in Germany that consistently implements a blended-learning-concept combining traditional study methods with e-learning segments.
The course is intended to give lawyers and economists with a strong interest in the field of economic law the opportunity to gain in-depth, specialist knowledge in the areas of International and European Competition and Regulatory Law. Lawyers and economists who are already practicing competition and regulatory law in businesses, law firms or public authorities will have the chance to significantly deepen their knowledge and skills, at the while earning an accreddited L.LM. degree from an internationally recogniozed University in a cosmopolitan setting.