Master in Law and Economics (MLE) The course programme in Law and Economics offers a combination of legal and economic subjects, which is unique in Switzerland. The goal of this interdisciplinary degree programme is to furnish jurists with comprehensive economic fundamentals within the scope of their education. The Master in Law and Economics (MLE) follows up on the interdisciplinary education of the Bachelor's level. The MLE conveys a full-fledged legal education and enables graduates to work as lawyers in any canton after doing the required internships and passing the lawyers' examination. The admission to the lawyers' examination is ensured through the focus on law. For this purpose, two thirds of the Master's degree course consists of legal subjects and one third of economic subjects. The Master in Law and Economics (MLE) covers four semesters. The course offer focuses on company law and especially enables students to analyse and solve complex problems at the crossroads of law and economics in private and public enterprises. After completing the legal education, a deeper knowledge of business administration or economics can be acquired by means of electives in business and economics. In the subsequent integration seminars and other integrative events, the knowledge from the two disciplines is merged, and the students' interdisciplinary competencies are consolidated.