LL.M. programs vary in length, value and quantity. The regular program is one year of full-time article or two to three years of part-time study. Students often take their courses to either specialize in a particular field, such as international law, or create a custom course of study to suit their personal interests or professional needs.
Interdisciplinary law is an area of study that allows program participants to tailor a degree to suit their career goals in the legal arena. For example, students might study economics alongside financial laws for a position in business.
The i-LLM LPC Full-time course* supports those who have a law degree or GDL and wish to train as a solicitor via our supported online learning option.
i-LLM LPC - Full-time
The i-LLM LPC Full-time course* supports those who have a law degree or GDL and wish to train as a solicitor via our supported online learning option.
Study online over 11 months with occasional attendance
Tailor your course to your specialist areas of interest through a wide choice of elective subjects
Qualify with an LPC and a Master's award (LLM) at no extra cost
With a strong emphasis on improving future employability, 96% of our full-time 2015/16 and accelerated 2016/16 LPC students graduating in summer 2016 secured employment, a training contract, or further study within nine months of successfully completing their course.
Gain a qualification in food law, with this flexible distance learning course.
Food law is a dynamic area of law, heavily influenced by developments at an EU level. Over the years the course has recruited students from all over the globe and from many different backgrounds. A typical student may be an Environmental Health Officer, or work in the food industry, or be a practising lawyer or a consultant.As such the course is specifically designed for lawyers and non-legal professionals with interests in the food law field, particularly those involved in the food industry.
Many students have a great deal of practical knowledge of food law and the impetus for studying the course is to obtain a qualification which confirms the breadth and depth of this existing knowledge and to have the opportunity to look behind the law in order to address underlying policy issues....
The University of New York in Prague works in partnership with the University of Bolton to offer an accredited Master of Laws (LL.M) program. As trade and business become
Take your law degree global with a UK Master of Laws degree
The University of New York in Prague works in partnership with the University of Bolton to offer an accredited Master of Laws (LL.M) program. As trade and business become ever more global, legal consultants are expected to look beyond national jurisdictions and understand issues of European and international law. The program focuses on the legal framework governing the European and international community, as well as various legal issues surrounding international trade and global markets. Employers now place a high premium on graduates who can demonstrate an in-depth understanding of international corporate law, commercial law and business law issues....
Taught in the heart of Europe, this programme is designed to prepare students for an international legal career through a unique combination of knowledge transfer, interd
Our students participate in a pioneering problem-oriented programme that defies traditional boundaries within the legal discipline. As a student, you’ll explore a law in context approach in course modules on multi-level governance, on sustainable development and human rights, on business and on private autonomy. You’ll have to think critically on the contemporary relevance of law to global societal challenges.
This LL.M. in Law offers you the opportunity to meet with faculty members up close and become part of a community that acquires knowledge through intercultural dialogue.
The programme aims to develop your research skills through skills training and through exchanges with our (first class) module-supporting research groups. You’ll be encouraged to write a thesis that can be published in an international journal....
This course is ideal if you want to develop your knowledge of business and law in an international context. Your learning will enable you to perform effectively in the de
3 good reasons to study International Business with Law at Salford:
A practical course with an international focus that offers the opportunity to gain a broad overview of international business, including the role of law in the sphere of international business, before specialising in your chosen area
Develop expertise in both business and law
Learn in an internationally-orientated environment with access to a global network of like-minded professionals
This course is ideal if you want to develop your knowledge of business and law in an international context. Your learning will enable you to perform effectively in the development and implementation of an international business strategy, which in turn will greatly enhance your employability. You’ll also become skilled at working alone and with teams to systematically and creatively apply theory and practical solutions that resolve international business problems....
The new LLM in International Commercial Law gives you specialist knowledge of the regulation of international commerce, and a thorough understanding of the broader social
The new LLM in International Commercial Law gives you specialist knowledge of the regulation of international commerce, and a thorough understanding of the broader social, economic and political contexts which shape modern commercial law and practice.
The course offers a wide range of modules that are contemporary, academically rigorous and skills oriented. You'll gain core knowledge of the framework and regulatory environment of modern commerce whilst having the flexibility to tailor your degree to suit your particular interests and career aspirations by choosing from a range of specialist commercial law modules (and optional modules from the School of Management).
University of Birmingham - College of Arts and Law
Birmingham Law School's General LLM gives you the opportunity to decide which areas of law have the most relevance to your future career and to choose modules that most i
Birmingham Law School's General LLM gives you the opportunity to decide which areas of law have the most relevance to your future career and to choose modules that most interest you. This is the ideal pathway if you wish to gain Masters-level knowledge and skills without restricting yourself to just one particular branch of law.
This pathway provides one of the widest ranges of options in the UK with nearly 35 modules available, enabling you to create a unique degree tailored to your future career aspirations.
The General LLM pathway allows you to study modules across the full range of available subjects. This pathway is particularly suitable for those seeking exposure to a range of legal disciplines, giving you expertise across the board and providing the skills and knowledge required for a successful legal career....
Law occupies a substantial building on the Cathays Park campus, close to the law courts, barristers’ chambers, major law firms and the city center.
LLM Canon Law
LLM European Legal Studies
LLM Governance and Devolution
LLM Human Rights Law
LLM International Commercial Law
LLM Law and Governance of the European Union
LLM Legal and Political Aspects of International Affairs
LLM Legal Aspects of Medical Practice
LLM Shipping Law
LLM Social Care Law
Cardiff Law School is home to a vibrant postgraduate student body. We cater to the diversity of interest, background, and aspiration, for students from the UK and overseas, with a flexible programme offering opportunities for full and part-time study.
Law occupies a substantial building on the Cathays Park campus, close to the law courts, barristers’ chambers, major law firms and the city center. There is a dedicated Graduate Law Building opposite the Law School building where much of the LLM teaching takes place....
University of Nottingham - Faculty of Social Sciences
With a wide range of optional modules, this course gives you the freedom to create a bespoke degree that is tailored to your interests and career aspirations.
With a wide range of optional modules, this course gives you the freedom to create a programme of study that aligns with your interests and career aspirations.
You can choose from over 40 modules, covering a wide range of subjects. This means that, timetable permitting, you could combine International Sale of Goods with International Criminal Law, and International Investment Law with United Nations Law.
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You will complete 120 credits from the full selection of modules available, plus a 60-credit dissertation. Guidance and support on choosing a dissertation topic and designing your project will be provided through bespoke workshops and one-to-one support....
Starting from the AA 2016/2017, the Department of Law of the SUN offers its students a new opportunity to go international, in addition to traditional exchange programs.
Starting from the AA 2016/2017, the Department of Law of the SUN offers its students a new opportunity to go international, in addition to traditional exchange programs. Students will take a new course of study jointly developed at the University of Murcia (Spain) that will allow them to spend three semesters at a foreign university and to achieve, at the end of the path, a double degree, ie a double degree . More precisely, the licenses issued to the term of the course are the "Grado en Derecho" at the University of Murcia and the "Master of Law" at the Second University of Naples.
The goal is to enable the students to live SUN challenging experience in a prestigious foreign university and to expand so their academic horizons, cultural and future job opportunities. The release of the double degree allows access to the "Master en abogacia" in Spain for the forensic obtain the qualification. ...
For those looking to develop a career in the competitive world of government, NGOs, international consultancies or think tanks – as well as in the legal profession – an L
Why study LLM Law (General) at Middlesex University?
The School of Law is comprised of world-renowned scholars from across the world specializing in areas such as human rights, migration, and European law, who are expert in communicating the latest thinking about complex legal questions, combining instruction in core topics with the fruits of their current research.
You will also benefit from their extensive networks of contacts, which enable the School to offer placement opportunities to eligible students with major international organizations including the United Nations.
Study with teaching staff who are engaged in major research across a range of fields, from commercial law to human rights and European law...
The University Master's Degree in Law is regulated by Law 34/2006, of October 30, developed by Royal Decree 775/2011, of June 3. In congruence with this, the Faculty
The University Master's Degree in Law is regulated by Law 34/2006, of October 30, developed by Royal Decree 775/2011, of June 3. In congruence with this, the Faculty of Law of the University of La Laguna - in collaboration with the Bar Association of Santa Cruz de Tenerife - starts, from the academic year 2014/15, the necessary training to facilitate the graduates in Law the exercise to the profession of lawyer, once passed the corresponding state test of aptitude.
This responds to the demand of society to provide qualified training to those who will be fundamental partners in the delivery of justice, for the quality of the service they provide, which directly results in the effective judicial protection that our Constitution guarantees to all the citizens....
The LLM programme is a single subject law programme that may be taken over a period of one year (full-time), or part-time over a period of two, three or four years. Every
LLM (Master of Laws)
Duration: One calendar year (full-time) Two, three or four years (part-time, daytime only) We recommend that part-time students have between two-and-a-half and three days a week free to pursue their course of study.
Minimum Entry Requirements: Minimum upper second class honors degree (or equivalent) in Law
Start of programme: September intake only
The LLM (Master in Laws) allows students to create their own programme structure, choosing courses from a wide range of subjects and perspectives, including comparative regional law, trade law, law and development, commercial law (including banking, copyright, and patent law), human rights, environmental law, Islamic law, dispute resolution, and international law....
The Master in Law, which qualifies for access to the training test to obtain the title of lawyer, is taught jointly between the UDC and ICACOR through the School of Legal
With the new regulations established by Law 34/2006, of October 30, on access to the professions of Attorney and Attorney and by Royal Decree 775/2011, of June 3, by which approves the Regulation of the Law 34/2006, of October 30, on access to the professions of Lawyer and Attorney of the Tribunals, the completion of a previous training becomes mandatory requirement to be able to develop the profession of lawyer.
The Masters in Law, Which qualifies for access to the training test to obtain the title of lawyer, is taught jointly between the UDC and ICACOR through the School of Legal Practice "Dean Churches Corral".
The main objective of the Master is aimed at getting the student to obtain the skills, abilities and skills that allow him to practice the profession of lawyer once it exceeds the corresponding state test. In this way, you can join and open the appropriate professional office....
Aims and objectives of the program are to provide students with the opportunity for specialization in two particular fields of legal science, (a) European Business Law an
Duration (years): 1.5 Years (3 Semesters)
Qualification Awarded: Master of Laws (LLM)
Level of Qualification: Master Degree (2nd Cycle)
Language of Instruction: Greek
Mode of Study: Distance Learning
Minimum ECTS Credits: 90
Profile of the Programme
Aims and objectives of the programme are to:
provide students with the opportunity for specialization in two particular fields of legal science, (a) European Business Law and (b) Human Rights and Social Justice, both at a theoretical and at a practical level. It provides postgraduate education to holders of a Bachelor in Law or of some other relevant Bachelor (Political Science, European Politics, IR, Economics etc.) Ιt mainly, but not exclusively, addresses itself to individuals who work or intend to do so in fields relevant to legal science (lawyers, judges, legal consultants or in general employees of companies and of other private sector entities or organizations, members of the public service or of some other public or semi-public agency or organization, members of non-governmental organizations, diplomats etc.)...