Bucerius Law School

Between history and modernity

Well-lit auditoriums, first-class acoustics, an appealing equipment, attractive contrasts between modern design and historic architecture, the campus feeling – clearly the Bucerius Law School is an attractive event location. Several seminar rooms, the glass auditorium, the new library- and auditorium building “Bucerius Center for Graduate Studies – Deutsche Bank Hall” - the college offers an ideal setting for seminars, conferences and congresses as well as for lectures and cultural events.

The Bucerius Law School is Germany's first private college for law. It is located close to the inner city of Hamburg, directly at the city park “Planeten un Blomen”. In the beginning of the 20th century the building was built by the architect Albert Erbe. It hosted the Institute für Allgemeine und Angewandte Botanik for one century. In 1999 the ZIT-Stiftung Ebelin and Gerd Bucerius acquired this building from the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. It was reshaped according to requirements of a modern college.

Bucerius Event supports you from the first idea to the implementation of your individual event. Please be sure that your success is our goal – an obligatory briefing and an output-driven project management is sure. The professional and competent consulting concerning the choice of the ideal rooms is as important as the development of a sophisticated, cultural framework program or as our support with the choice of professional service providers.

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Venue facts
Number of event areas18
Venue for Event, Presentation, Movie / Photo
Area Hamburg City Center / Alster
 DJ system
 Goods lift
 Sound system
 Lighting system
 Power current
 Catering free
 Access for trucks

  Train station  0,5 kmNext Railway Station: 0.5 km
  Airport  10 kmNext Airport: 10 km
 Evening event
 Daytime event

Contact data
Bucerius Education GmbH
an der Bucerius Law School
Bucerius Conferences & Events
Jungiusstraße 6
20355 Hamburg

   +49 40 30706217
Contact person
Miriam Jobst
Sina Kreft
Rebekka Scheitzow