Bachelor in Law and Economics (BLE) By combining two disciplines, the course programme in Law and Economics endeavours to systematically convey and integrate legal and economic knowledge. The Bachelor in Law and Economics (BLE) is a legal course programme that comprises solid basic legal education and largely covers the compulsory event programme of a traditional law programme. Additionally, the BLE combines the disciplines of Law and Economics and offers systematic, integrative education in these fields and an understanding of the various methodical approaches. Students attend events of the legal (BLaw) and economic (Business Administration and Economics) Bachelor's course programmes and specific integration seminars in which law and economics are combined on the basis of selected themes and are conveyed in an integrative form. The combined course programme in Law and Economics reflects a global trend according to which the practical legal work increasingly takes place in close dialogue with economic considerations. As key players in governments and businesses, BLE graduates are able to incorporate economically relevant aspects in the overall solution to legal problems.