This programme will develop the knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence of each student, and help them develop their career in law.
The course offers both interesting and challenging legal study, with dispute resolution a distinctive feature. The emphasis in the learning will be on the guided independent work of each student. The dissertation will be on a topic chosen by the student, with the approval of the course leader and their supervisor.
The programme is aimed at students who wish to develop their expertise in legal aspects of trade and commerce in an international context. It is designed for students from any legal jurisdiction. It is likely to appeal, in particular, to students looking to run their own business, or to work in another business or organisation, operating in an international context. Although the programme is aimed primarily at law graduates, it may also be suitable for graduates with other specialities.
An undergraduate degree in Law or with substantial law content with a 2:1; or a Law degree with a 2:2 and the Bar Professional Training Course or Legal Practice Course; or a Law degree with a 2:2 and two years of professional legal experience. Alternatively, applicants may hold another undergraduate degree with a 2:1 plus a Graduate Diploma in Law (or CPE), or a non-law degree with a 2:2 with a Graduate Diploma in Law (or CPE) and have passed the Bar Professional Training Course or the Legal Practice Course.
Recipient: Buckinghamshire New University
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