Graduates’ profiles

The Double Degree in Law + Global Governance, Economics & Legal Order is one of the programmes with the largest variety of professional outlets if you want to work at the international level. Thanks to a solid educational foundation in Law, Geopolitics and International Economics, in addition to foreign languages and the added value of training in legal skills and Transnational Law, you’ll acquire a professional profile that is in high demand by law firms, institutions and companies around the world:

You’ll be able to respond to the legal, political and economic problems that organisations have to face at the international level, with the added bonus of your specialisation in a given area of the world.

You’ll be able to have a diplomatic career or become a member of consular offices abroad.

You’ll be able to work as an advisor for international organisations: working for the UN, NATO, the World Bank, the European Union and UNESCO, amongst others.

You can become an analyst for foreign trade consortia or in an NGO.

You’ll also be able to sit the bar exam and work as a lawyer in international law firms or consulting agencies, with the added bonus of your transnational education and knowledge of other legal systems.


Double Degree - Law + Global Governance, Economics & Legal Order

With all the prestige ESADE Law School affords, clearly distinguishing your CV. ESADE is the top-ranked law school in Spain.

Multidisciplinary Profile: Law + Geopolitics + International Economics

Specialisation in Asia-Maghreb-Middle East, Latin America or USA-UK-Canada-Australia

Foreign languages

English + mastery of legal English + French or German + Mandarin.

Background in Transnational Law and other legal systems

Common Law, Asian and Islamic legal systems, etc.

With international experience

If you complete your internship and exchange programme abroad.

With professional experience

Recognised by the organization, institution or legal firm where you have completed your internship.

With contacts

Faculty, classmates here and abroad and the ESADE Alumni network.

With experience working on a solidarity-based project

If you carry out the SUD solidarity-based internships.

With a specialisation Master’s degree

If you complete the Master in Law + Master in your area of specialisation.

With skills and competencies that make the difference

in job recruitment processes


ESADE has its own pedagogical model and it is a pioneer in developing professional competencies. Human Resource experts at ESADE along with representatives from key law firms in addition to Richard Boyatzis, a professor at Case Western University (USA) and one of the world’s leading experts on leadership and competency development, are all responsible for designing this system.

Your skills

Competency model

You’ll work on 30 competencies organised into four key blocks:

• Critically acquire, understand and structure knowledge.

• Apply knowledge to achieve results.

• Make decisions and give opinions in complex situations.

• Interpret and communicate information and/or knowledge.

• Master strategic and systemic thought.

• Plan and manage the use of time.

• Intellectual curiosity.

• Creativity and innovation.

• Constant ability to learn.

• Focus on quality and achievements.

• Autonomy, independence, initiative and proactivity.

• Adaptability and flexibility.

• Tenacity, perseverance and resolve.

• Self-awareness and self-regulation.

• Self-confidence.

• Empathy.

• Comprehension of the organisational context within organisations.

• Ability to build networks.

• Appreciation for/comprehension of diversity.

• Helpful and providing service to others.

• Ability to influence others.

• Teamwork and collaboration.

• Mediation and conflict management.

• Acquisition of values and ethical principles.

• Social commitment: At ESADE we educate professionals with values, people who ensure that their organisations and law firms assume their social responsibilities.

• Leadership.

• Ability to help others to learn and develop themselves.

• Team management.

• Ability to initiate and manage change.

• An understanding of the context’s complexity and its local and global dimensions