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Embark on a transformative legal journey with the Master of Laws (LLM) General programme at the University of Limerick. This esteemed programme offers a comprehensive exploration of various legal subjects, from criminal law to human rights law, catering to those seeking a diverse legal education without specializing in a single branch. The LLM General stands out for its exceptional reputation nationally and internationally, recognized as the 'GradIreland Postgraduate Course of the Year in Law for 2018'. Students have the flexibility to tailor their degree by selecting from a range of innovative law modules and engaging in a unique 'Professional Development' module, ensuring a well-rounded and practical legal education. Whether pursuing full-time or part-time study, students benefit from expert faculty guidance and the opportunity to delve into specialized topics while honing essential legal skills. To enrol in this prestigious programme, a second-class honours in an undergraduate law degree or relevant professional experience is required. Elevate your legal expertise and career prospects with the Master of Laws (LLM) General at the University of Limerick.

About the course

The LLM programme is designed to enhance students' legal skills and enrich their knowledge of a variety of legal subjects across a broad spectrum from criminal law, to competition law, property and human rights law. It is suited to those looking for an advanced legal education but who do not wish to focus on a single branch of law.


Why choose the School of Law at the University of Limerick?           

The School of Law, University of Limerick is a department of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences and was recently crowned the ‘AIB Irish Law School of the Year 2017’.

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Entry Requirements

A second class honours in an undergraduate law degree or in another primary degree in which the legal component accounts for at least 50% of the whole programme (Level 8 - National Qualifications Authority of Ireland) will be required for enrolment on this Masters programme. In exceptional circumstances an applicant who cannot satisfy the undergraduate requirement may be accepted on the basis of relevant professional experience.

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