Master in Law (MLaw) The course programme in Law offers a broad legal education. It especially focuses on national and international business law and promotes interdisciplinary thinking. Broad legal skills and interdisciplinarity The Master's programme in Law (MLaw) follows up on the legal education of the BLaw and deepens the knowledge acquired at the Bachelor's level. The MLaw puts a lot of emphasis on the development of legal thinking and legal methodology. A broad offer of teaching units in the field of law forestalls the narrowing of the subject matter. Thanks to their knowledge in the basic subjects of economics, MLaw graduates also successfully operate in interdisciplinary teams and cross-subject areas. Distinct profile Due to its focus on issues in connection with business law and international law, the MLaw has a special profile that distinguishes it from other course programmes in law in Switzerland. Its graduates are especially in demand for legal problems that also give rise to complex economic questions. The objective of the MLaw is to train the students to become jurists with an independent and critical way of thinking. The courses in the contextual studies in particular contribute to this goal. Therefore, the studies also include teaching units in evidence, forensic psychiatry, forensic medicine and gender law. Numerous students are involved in one of the various “Moot Courts”. After obtaining the MLaw degree, most students proceed with the internship required for the lawyers' examination. They later work in law firms, courts, private companies, public administration and other fields of society, business and politics. Some continue their scientific education and write a doctoral thesis.