Choosing to study a Master of Laws, or LLM could give you an advantage in an increasingly competitive market, by providing you with practical and relevant knowledge of th
Choosing to study a Master of Laws, or LLM could give you an advantage in an increasingly competitive market, by providing you with practical and relevant knowledge of the key issues in a specialized area of law.
Our LLM offers a wide range of specialist areas to help you develop your legal skills and knowledge, ranging from Financial Regulation and Compliance to Chinese Business and Investment Law. Choose from over 20 specialist electives to build your own LLM, designed with the needs of practitioners in mind. Each is fully flexible with full-time and part-time study options, meaning that you can undertake an LLM at any time in your academic or professional career.
Meet eminent academics, officials, judges, and practitioners through our guest speaker programme
Develop your knowledge and skills in specific areas of law by choosing from at least 20 specialist electives
Funding available through Scholarships, interest-free payment plans, and Future Finance student loans
Outstanding careers support and an opportunity to gain legal experience by working on real-life cases through our award-winning Pro Bono Centre to help you improve your employment prospects
Gain a wider strategic understanding of how commercial law works in practice
Gain an LLM with commercial edge
The LLM [Law Conversion] is ideal for non-law graduates to convert to a career in law. From qualified solicitors, barristers and judges you will gain a practical ground i
The LLM [Law Conversion] is ideal for non-law graduates to convert to a career in law. From qualified solicitors, barristers and judges you will gain a practical ground in law.
Recruiters actively seek out students with a diverse range of transferable skills, with many firms recruiting half of their trainees from a non-law (GDL) background. The LLM [Law Conversion] ensures that you can demonstrate a higher competency when applying for training contracts and pupillages, by focussing on research and ensuring you have the ability to apply the law in practice.
On successful completion, you can progress directly onto the Legal Practice Course (LPC) if you want to become a solicitor, or the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) if you aim to become a barrister. In addition, students will also graduate with an internationally recognized standalone Master’s qualification...
The number of students who wish to study law in the UK continues to grow and we are proud to be partnered with some of thebest law schools in the country. Whether you are
The number of students who wish to study law in the UK continues to grow and we are proud to be partnered with some of the best law schools in the country. Whether you are looking to study an LLB (qualifying law degree) or an LLM (Master of Laws), our UK partner universities offer plenty of excellent programs.
Across The Pond’s UK Study Experts have considerable experience in advising candidates on the appropriate options to select according to your academic and professional profile, so be sure to get in touch to find out which program would be best for you!
Benefits of studying law in the UK
Apply for a 3-year LLB directly out of high school
Qualify in just 2 years with a Senior Status LLB degree (when you already have an undergraduate degree)
Study in the country where common law originated
Boost your career prospects with an international education
Gain a prestigious University of London LLM by distance learning
The LLM (Master of Laws) is an internationally recognized postgraduate law degree, comparable to an MBA i
Gain a prestigious University of London LLM by distance learning
The LLM (Master of Laws) is an internationally recognized postgraduate law degree, comparable to an MBA in business and management.
Valuable for both legal and non-legal professionals
A valuable qualification for both legal and non-legal professionals, the University of London International Programmes LLM, studied by distance learning, offers breadth and flexibility, enabling you to tailor your LLM degree to meet your personal and professional interests, without necessarily specializing in one area of law.
This LLM by distance learning offers one of the widest choices of modules on the global market, including:
Commercial and Corporate Law [LLM with a specialization in Commercial and Corporate Law course page]
International Business Law [LLM with a specialization in International Business Law course page]
Human Rights Law [LLM with a specialization in Human Rights Law course page]
International Dispute Resolution [Specialisation breakdown: International Dispute Resolution]
Public International Law [Specialisation breakdown: Public International Law]
Maritime Law [Specialisation breakdown: Maritime Law]
Banking and Finance Law [Specialisation breakdown: Banking and Finance Law]
Access and choice
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....
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...
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....
Our LLMs from our new Master's in Law suite of programmes are designed for law graduates who want to explore the practical application of a particular, specialist area of
Our LLMs from our new Master's in Law suite of programmes are designed for law graduates who want to explore the practical application of a particular, specialist area of the law. Study face to face or online.
Students should possess a UK bachelor’s degree in law at 2:2 or above or equivalent qualifications.