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The world’s only LLM program of its kind. You will explore how constitutions contribute to good government in the age of globalization and the rise of illiberal governments.
As the utopian idea of 'the end of history' falters, it has been replaced by a growing desire for law and constitution reforms to tackle the distinctive problems of the early twenty-first century, including concerns about security and risk, instability and crisis in the relationship between financial markets and sovereign states, perpetual war, and corruption in politics.
Study abroad at UC Berkeley, the number one public university in the world. With a wide variety of study options, our diverse programs allow you to customize your learning experience—for either a semester or a full academic year.
The LLM Governance and Devolution explores the structural changes to the constitutional arrangements of the United Kingdom, namely the creation of legislative and executive bodies in Scotland and Wales and the resumption of devolved government in Northern Ireland.
The LLM in Human Rights Law programme is designed to enable you to form an advanced conceptual understanding of international law relating to the promotion and protection of human rights at the international, regional and domestic levels.
In our current global economic crisis, are you concerned about the impacts of austerity measures on economic, social and cultural rights? Are you interested in public policies – on health, education, housing or food security – and how human rights can make a difference?.
The MRes in Criminal Justice is a pre-doctoral training programme designed to provide a critical, research led approach to the study of aspects of criminal justice together with training in the key research skills appropriate for Doctoral level study.
The MRes Human Rights Law is a pre-doctoral training programme designed to provide a critical, research led approach to the study of aspects of human rights law together with training in the key research skills appropriate for Doctoral level study.