It is one of the most prominent master’s programmes in law in the world. In the QS World University Rankings 2014 for law, the University of Oxford was ranked second after Harvard (read more). The BCL course designed for lawyers with common law background, which runs in parallel with the Magister Juris course, has formed a significant part of law studies in the University of Oxford already from the 16th century.
Gea will focus on intellectual property, international private law and competition law in her studies. In all of those subjects she is being taught by the best recognised experts and law professors in the world – e.g. Prof. Graeme Dinwoodie in intellectual property, Prof. Adrian Briggs in international private law and Prof. Ariel Ezrachi in the area of competition law. Moreover, Gea will write a dissertation on topical issues related to determining the law applicable to intellectual property rights under the supervision of Prof. Andrew Dickinson.
Gea started her studies in October 2014 and is expected to graduate in summer 2015.