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In a competitive job market a Master's Degree can help you stand out from the crowd. Studying for an LLM will enable you to engage in deeper study and engage in critical discourse in the legal subject area. Read more
In a competitive job market a Master's Degree can help you stand out from the crowd. Studying for an LLM will enable you to engage in deeper study and engage in critical discourse in the legal subject area. This course is ideal for those who want to work for international organisations, NGOs and governments. Graduates have included lawyers and civil servants from countries such as the Gambia, Nigeria, Vietnam, Thailand, Kazakhstan and the UAE. Examples of dissertations submitted by students in this area include a critical appraisal of the international legal framework for nuclear disarmament, the principles of sovereignty and national self-determination in international law, the doctrine of self-defence under the UN Charter and under customary international law, as well as topics relating to international criminal law.

The course also provides an ideal foundation for those intending to pursue PhDs. This course is also available by distance learning.

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This course is ideal for those students who want to engage in a critical analysis of a range of legal subjects. Read more
This course is ideal for those students who want to engage in a critical analysis of a range of legal subjects. The course has proved particularly attractive to those holding senior positions in NGOs, international institutions, government and industry who see this as a means of analysing the way in which the law impacts on their work. Graduates on the course have used the dissertation as an opportunity to research an area that is beneficial to their government or employer. Examples of dissertations undertaken include: ‘The way in which health and safety laws impact on industrial chemical industries', ‘The adoption of laws to counteract money laundering in emerging economies' and ‘The establishment of intellectual property law enforcement to enable a country to adhere to its obligations to the World Trade Organisation (WTO)'.

The course also provides an ideal foundation for those intending to pursue PhDs. This course is also available by distance learning.

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The course is ideal for those who want to specialise in the field of international business law and aspire to senior positions in either the private, public or international sectors. Read more
The course is ideal for those who want to specialise in the field of international business law and aspire to senior positions in either the private, public or international sectors. It provides a critical insight into the legal principles governing international trade law and practice, as well as the various means of resolving international trade disputes. Graduates from the course have gone on to hold senior advisory positions in multinational companies, advising on matters ranging from marine insurance to the resolution of international commercial disputes.

The course also provides an ideal foundation for those intending to pursue PhDs.

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Have you been intrigued by recent crisis in the international banking sector? As a professional in the financial markets, are you interested in learning about how the system is regulated? The regulation of the financial system is complex yet fascinating. Read more
Have you been intrigued by recent crisis in the international banking sector? As a professional in the financial markets, are you interested in learning about how the system is regulated? The regulation of the financial system is complex yet fascinating.

The LLM in Law with Finance offers a unique opportunity for lawyers to achieve a qualification that demonstrates their ability to understand financial regulation. Regulation of the financial system is changing everyday.Lawyers with a financial background will be needed to explain what it all means and how it works.

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The course is ideal for those who want to specialise in the commercial field and aspire to senior positions in business. Read more
The course is ideal for those who want to specialise in the commercial field and aspire to senior positions in business. Graduates from the course have gone on to hold senior advisory positions in multinational companies, advising on matters that range from the patenting of computer software to establishing solid corporate governance procedures within their organisation. Examples of dissertations submitted by students in this area include, ‘Trade mark protection in the use of AdWords', ‘A critical analysis of the legal framework for international commercial transactions' as well as 'research on arbitration as a method of settling international commercial disputes'.

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This course is validated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and the Bar Standards Board and is ideal for non-law graduates who want to progress towards qualification as a solicitor or barrister. Read more
This course is validated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and the Bar Standards Board and is ideal for non-law graduates who want to progress towards qualification as a solicitor or barrister. It is highly valued in other professions where a critical understanding of the legal system and foundations of legal knowledge is beneficial in carrying out day to day work, thus enhancing employability skills.

You will study the English Legal System plus Criminal Law, Law of Contract, Tort, Public Law, Land Law, Equity and Law of the EU. Some or all of these subjects inform the work of those employed in areas such as human resources, local government, management, the NHS, accountancy and banking. You will also engage in a research project, providing an opportunity for you to investigate an area of interest from a list of topics or one identified by your employer to further your work.

The LLM Law (Exempting) Degree is also a springboard if you intend to pursue a PhD.

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