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This course explores the many facets of international commercial law; how the law applies between international parties when a conflict arises. This LLM course will also establish the challenges of International Corporate Crime (ICC), and what measures are in place to tackle it.

The LLM International Commercial Law equips graduates and professionals with the understanding and skills to address these issues of economic globalisation. As a student, you will be able to apply these skills to enhance your professional and academic development.

You will benefit from studying in a University with an established reputation for the excellence of its teaching and research within Law, with a dedicated team of lecturers that have substantial commercial and professional legal backgrounds.

Course content

The LLM International Commercial Law will develop your analytical, evaluative and research skills and provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the tensions that exist in the contemporary domestic and international legal framework.

The modules offer you a chance to explore international bodies such as the EU, its member states and the wider international community from the perspective of private, corporate and intellectual property law. You will also have the opportunity to investigate an area of particular interest when you produce your dissertation. You will be supported by experienced lecturers who use a range of innovative teaching methods, which will enhance your studies.

To be eligible for the award of LLM International Commercial Law, you must successfully gain 180 credits from the below compulsory modules. If you successfully gain 120 credits from the modules below, excluding the Dissertation, then you will be awarded a Postgraduate Diploma. If you gain 60 credits in the modules below, not including the Dissertation module, then you will be awarded the Postgraduate Certificate.


Career Opportunities

On completion of the course, our students have gone on to pursue careers in academia, in the United Nations, and many have used the LLM as a stepping stone for promotion in their existing legal careers.

Visit the International Commercial Law - LLM page on the University of Northampton website for more details!






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