The Faculty of Law has various types of international agreements which have been established based on the purpose of the agreement.
A Cooperation Protocol was signed between the faculty of law at the British University and Andersen Tax & Legal
In a ceremony hosted at the BUE’s campus in Sherouk and in the presence of the University President, the Dean of the Faculty of Law, Andersen Tax & Legal Managing Director and esteemed members as well as a number of lawyers and economists, a cooperation protocol was signed betweenthe Faculty of Law and Andersen Tax & Legal to exchange research activities in relevant areas. This includes providing faculty students with training courses by Andersen Tax & Legal to prepare them for joining the practical legal world.
Andersen Tax & Legal in Egypt will enable students of the Faculty of Law to train in its office in Egypt or one of its offices around the world. The students would benefit from the experts and specialists in all areas of law. In addition, job opportunities will be offered to the distinguished graduates.
Andersen Tax & Legal is one of the most leading firms providing a wide range of legal, tax and financial advisory in Egypt. It is a member firm of Andersen Global that has 122 locations around the world and more than 3500 distinguished legal, tax and economic experts as well as 502 partners.
Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with Hamburg University
The Faculty of Law at the British University in Egypt (“BUE”) is glad to announce that it has signed on Thursday, 21 June 2018 a memorandum of understanding (“MoU”) with Institute of Law and Economics (”ILE”) at Hamburg University, Germany.
The MoU is a step toward Faculty of Law’s ambitious plan to initiate international partnerships with respectable institutions to support its teaching and research mission. The MoU’s main aims are promoting the study of Law and Economics in the undergraduate level at the Faculty of Law, conducting joint research, and having exchange programs.
Under this MoU both the Faculty of Law and ILE will hold joint workshops in Egypt or Hamburg in mutual topics of interest. Furthermore, both institutions will exchange students and faculty staff with the opportunity to spend research stays at Hamburg University for Faculty of Law staff. Moreover, Faculty of Law students will get the opportunity to join summer schools held at Hamburg University.
The Institute of Law and Economics (“ILE”) is a part of the Faculty of Law at Hamburg University and was founded in 1997 to enhance research and teaching in the field of Law and Economics, as well as to facilitate the communication between the researchers of both the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Economics at Hamburg University. The ILE offers a one year Master’s Degree in Law and Economics (LLM). In addition, since 1998, the ILE offers a Ph.D. program in Law and Economics in cooperation with other prestigious European universities. Moreover, the ILE offers several basic and advanced courses in the Economic Analysis of Competition Law, Tort law, Contract Law, Property Law, Public Law, and Corporate Law.
The MoU was signed by Prof. Ahmed Hamad, President of the BUE and Prof. Hassan Abdelhamid, Dean of Faculty of Law, and prof. Stefan Voigt, Director of the ILE at Hamburg University.
Cooperation with The Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration
The Faculty of Law, committed to achieve excellence, is pleased to announce the signing of a memorandum of understanding with the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration. The Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (the “CRCICA” or the “Centre”) is an independent non-profit international organization established in 1979.
The MoU was signed as part of the “Young CRCICA Forum Launch Event” on Wednesday 27th of March 2019.