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  International Law and Global Governance - LLM


University of Leeds    School of Law

Full time September LLM 1 year full time
Law (22)

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Embark on a transformative academic journey with the International Law and Global Governance LLM programme at Leeds. Delve into the intricate realms of international law-making and governance, challenging conventional perspectives and exploring critical global issues. This dynamic course equips you with specialised knowledge on pressing topics such as climate change, global health governance, and international justice. Through engaging seminars and lectures, you will critically analyse the policies and principles of international law, honing your research and writing skills for real-world application. The programme offers a diverse range of optional modules, allowing you to tailor your learning experience. With a 2:1 degree in law or a relevant social science subject, you can unlock a world of career opportunities in law firms, government agencies, and beyond. Benefit from the expertise of leading academics and access to the School of Law's dedicated Employability Officers for career guidance and support. Join us at Leeds to shape a future grounded in equity, sustainability, and social justice.

About the course

This course will enhance your understanding and challenge preconceptions of the complex legal and political nature of international law-making and governance.

We'll ask critical questions and raise strategies for a global order based on equity, sustainability, social justice, security and human rights at a time of global conflict, climate emergency and mass migration.

Taking a dynamic and responsive approach to contemporary global challenges, it aims to explore the often-competing concepts that infuse the theories and practice of international law. You’ll develop specialised knowledge of the most pressing and challenging aspects of this area of law and consider how States and intergovernmental bodies may respond.

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Entry Requirements

A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (hons) or equivalent in law or a relevant social science subject.

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