LL.M. in Business Law

The Master in Business Law, Economics and Management is an 18-month double degree, offered for the first time in Greece, combining business law, economics and business management.

It consists of the Master 2 Droit des Affaires (M2 Business Law), a French state diploma awarded by the Faculty of Law of the Université Catholique de Lille in collaboration with the University of Toulouse 1 – Capitole, and the DU International Legal Practice & Gestion (University Diploma), awarded by the Faculty of Law of the Université Catholique de Lille.

NOMIKI BIBLIOTHIKI COLLEGE is the largest organization in Greece for the production and processing of legal content, education and technology in support of the legal community, the justice system and the economy. Since 2000 it has been systematically engaged in professional education and lifelong learning for the legal professions, offering certified, non-formal, high quality education in all branches of law, accounting, taxation, out-of-court dispute resolution and professional skills development. It cooperates with academic institutions and leading academics, judges and practitioners from Greece and abroad by organizing annually more than 200 specialized seminars & training programs and 12 international legal conferences

Location of study


Degree requirements

Diploma from a national or foreign law school, 4 years of study, with a total of 240 ECTS credits


Diploma from a national or foreign school of economics, 4-year course, with a total of 240 ECTS credits

Very good level of English (B2)


Applications can be sent to: college@nb.org

Who is this programme for ?

  • Lawyers in practice or legal adviser to a business who wishes to open up new prospects for professional development through business law, economics and business administration.
  • Law graduates, postgraduate students and trainee lawyers who are aiming for a career in the most sought-after market combination of Commercial Law, Economics and Business Administration.
  • Graduates of higher business and economics schools who aim at the career progression in the management hierarchy (provided that their level of knowledge in law courses taught as part of their undergraduate studies is sufficient to enable them to achieve the required level of professional development).


  • Comparative Company Law
  • Competition Law
  • International trade Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Negotiation & Contract Drafting
  • Legal, Tax & Social Auditing
  • Privacy & Data Protection
  • Corporate Governance
  • International Tax Law
  • International Investment Law
  • Cyber Crime Law & Cyber Security
  • Insurance Law (elective)
  • Corporate Development and M&A
  • Banking & Finance Law (elective)
  • Telecommunications Law (elective)
  • Economic Analysis of Law
  • Compliance
  • Elements of Microeconomics
  • Accounting & Financial Reporting
  • Strategic Management
  • Corporate Finance
  • Project Management
  • Digital Transformation
  • Enterpreneurship & Legal Tech
  • E-Commerce
  • Negotiation & ADRM
  • Mergers & Acquisitions Practice

Evaluation methods

  • Oral presentations
  • Written assignments
  • Postgraduate thesis support
  • Active participation in the course
  • Evaluation of the internship through a written report

Academic Director

Academic Team

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