Masters degrees in Business & Commercial Law involve study of, and training in the deployment of, the legal policies which govern the operation of businesses and commercial organisations.
Related subjects include International Business and Commercial Law. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a Law discipline.
Why study a Masters in Business & Commercial Law?
Courses in Corporate Law train postgraduates in dealing with the wide range of legal issues that arise in contemporary business practise. There are many specialisations on offer in this field which you may wish to peruse.
For example, you might opt to focus on international business law, examining the regional and global regulation for international trade, and the structuring of international business transactions.
Across all disciplines, you will advance your legal literacy through an examination of topics such as corporate governance, financial regulation, compliance and risk management. You may also explore the economic foundations upon which these laws operate.
As well as roles within the legal profession, you might also take up positions within the business community such as accounting. You could also work within government agencies, social welfare bodies, and international organisations such as charities.