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University of Warwick School of Law
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This new LLM course will enable you to develop the detailed knowledge of all the law required to make a large commercial deal work. Read more
This new LLM course will enable you to develop the detailed knowledge of all the law required to make a large commercial deal work. It will be particularly relevant if you have a legal background and you want to work for a large commercial law firm or in finance.

Led by Warwick Law School, the course will be taught be world-leading experts – both legal practitioners and academic experts – in commercial law, international banking, and financial regulation and International Economic law. Warwick is a pioneer of the ‘Law in Context’ movement that emphasises how law works in the ‘real world, meaning you will benefit from blended learning that considers legal rules alongside the context in which they operate. You will learn about the principal features of the law governing contracts between commercial people, including the domestic and international financial institutions and sources of law. You’ll also gain understanding of the economic, political, and social underpinnings of the law governing international and transnational commercial transactions, and the development of the law governing these transactions through a variety of mechanisms. In addition, you will consider the wider legal and policy questions affecting the commercial deal.

Modules cover areas including: how finance contracts support mergers and acquisitions; how debt financing works to support the commercial deal; how cross-border contracts differ from domestic contracts; Islamic finance; commercial conflicts of law and taxation of domestic and cross-border transactions. The course is taught by weekly seminars, with reading allocated for the seminars and then discussed in class. You have the option to select some modules from across other LLM programmes or, with the permission of the programme director, from any other postgraduate course offered by a Department within the Faculty of Social Studies. On graduating, career options open to you will include legal practice, international and domestic finance, international diplomacy, management or work in a non-governmental organisation.

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University of Warwick School of Law
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Note. this LLM can be developed into an MPhil and PHD. Eight research clusters. -Contract, Business and Commercial Law. -Comparative Law and Culture. Read more
Note: this LLM can be developed into an MPhil and PHD.

Research interests include

Eight research clusters:
-Contract, Business and Commercial Law
-Comparative Law and Culture
-Development and Human Rights
-Gender and the Law
-International and European Law
-Law and Humanities
-Legal Theory
-Governance and Regulation.

The Law School’s research is rooted in the twin themes of law in context and the international character of law.

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University of Warwick School of Law
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LLM - 1 year full time, 2 years part time. Diploma - 7 months. Read more

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LLM - 1 year full time, 2 years part time
Diploma - 7 months

Course details

Are you looking to gain a theoretical and practical introduction to the main legal issues arising from the globalisation of the world economy? This course focuses specifically on the interplay between international and national regulatory frameworks, through attention to macro-level regulation and micro-level ventures, contracts and transactions.

In the core module, you’ll explore recent significant restructuring of international institutions and the persistent erosion of the traditional boundaries dividing public and private international law. You’ll then choose a further five optional modules from an extensive selection of law modules and approved non-law modules.

Our programme examines both the wider issues of governance of the world economy and the specific legal issues arising from various types of international business transactions. You’ll gain a working knowledge of practical legal problems, but the course is equally suitable if you are seeking to embark on an academic career in Law.

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University of Warwick School of Law
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LLM - full time 1 year, part time 2 years. PGDip - 7 months. On this course you’ll examine the theories and practices of development, social justice and human rights within and across nations. Read more

Mode of study

LLM - full time 1 year, part time 2 years
PGDip - 7 months

Course details

On this course you’ll examine the theories and practices of development, social justice and human rights within and across nations. Among the themes explored are the implications of globalisation and its governance regimes, the feminisation of impoverishment, humanitarian and displacement issues, development and human rights, and the implications of environmental degradation.

You’ll develop knowledge, theory and practical skills across the field of international development and human rights law, with the option to specialise further in particular areas. We benefit from close associations with the Centre for Human Rights in Practice, providing you with opportunities to undertake research, capacity-building and other project work aimed at the global promotion of human rights.

Our graduates have developed careers as lawyers and activists in the areas of social justice and human rights; governmental and NGO policy-making; or as academics in law, politics and related fields.

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University of Warwick School of Law
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Note. this MPhil can be developed into a PHD. Students are given thorough supervision by a staff member who is an academic specialist in the subject matter of the dissertation. Read more
Note: this MPhil can be developed into a PHD.

Students are given thorough supervision by a staff member who is an academic specialist in the subject matter of the dissertation. Students are helped to formulate a research question and are given appropriate assistance at all stages, including detailed and timely comments on draft chapters.

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Are you interested in studying political, legal and moral philosophy to an advanced level? This MA encourages you to consider how normative analysis can be addressed to matters of public concern. Read more
Are you interested in studying political, legal and moral philosophy to an advanced level? This MA encourages you to consider how normative analysis can be addressed to matters of public concern.

The programme brings together expertise from Law and Philosophy into a core module on Political and Legal Theory.

This distinctive, interdisciplinary approach is supported through further close co-operation with the Centre for Ethics, Law and Public Affairs, which is based in our Department. The course provides an advanced introduction to the central normative conceptions and the debates they have generated, which you can explore in more detail through a wide range of optional modules.

With a real-world focus, the course trains you to assess implications of different approaches for public policy, institutional design and the law. Our alumni consistently secure graduate- and professional-level jobs soon after graduation in a range of sectors, including politics and policymaking, NGOs, journalism, business and finance, law and academia.

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University of Warwick School of Law
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This LLM will enrich your understanding of the interaction between the process of globalisation and general principles of corporate governance and financial regulation. Read more
This LLM will enrich your understanding of the interaction between the process of globalisation and general principles of corporate governance and financial regulation. It gives in-depth coverage of key issues in this field, including compliance and practical skills on negotiating, drafting and structuring transactions.

You’ll explore issues of corporate regulation and compliance, ensuring that you understand the economic and social contexts in which they operate. The core module provides you with a theoretical framework to understand corporate governance concerns and strategies, as well as approaches to regulation. You’ll then choose five optional modules from an extensive selection of law modules and approved non-law modules.

Many of our students are sponsored by their employer or relevant ministries. Others move into corporate practice, making use of the specialist knowledge they have developed at Warwick.

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University of Warwick School of Law
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Do you want to build your own degree programme? With no compulsory modules, this course enables you to build your own degree, developing a breadth of interests or finding your own niche specialism. Read more
Do you want to build your own degree programme? With no compulsory modules, this course enables you to build your own degree, developing a breadth of interests or finding your own niche specialism. Our Director of Advanced Legal Studies will help you to construct an appropriate programme of study tailored to your individual needs and interests, whether from modules offered through the Law School or approved options from other departments.

This programme enables you to develop your own legal specialism. For example, in: justice and security; gender and corporate governance; social and economic change and nongovernment organisations (NGOs); and human rights and global capital. You will be assessed through different methods, which may include essays, examinations, portfolios, presentations and a dissertation.

Some of our recent postgraduates have gone on to work for NGOs, governmental and regulatory bodies, and legal services; others have used the LLM to progress to a PhD.

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With a year spent at one of three international institutions, these double Master’s programmes offer you the opportunity to experience two diverse cultural and academic worlds. Read more
With a year spent at one of three international institutions, these double Master’s programmes offer you the opportunity to experience two diverse cultural and academic worlds.

If you select this two-year programme, you will study for one year at Warwick — following one of our 11 single-year programmes — and one year at a partner university, culminating in a joint dissertation. Each of our partners offers something unique to complement your Warwick degree.

There are two courses available with the UPF option:
-Politics and International Studies, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Barcelona, Spain.
-Political and Legal Theory, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Barcelona, Spain.

If you take any of the 11 PAIS specialisations, you can go to UPF to follow their Research in Political Science degree, customising your UPF year along a variety of pathways. Alternatively, if you take the MA Political and Legal Theory at Warwick, you have the option to study the Political Philosophy programme during your UPF year, combining studies at two of Europe’s best departments for political theory.

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