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LLM Legal Practice


Course Description

The Master of Laws degree (LLM) gives you the chance to build on your LPC or BVC qualification by topping this up to an LLM. This can be done by research into law in practice or a period of reflective legal practice.

There are two routes through the masters degree. It may be completed either by means of a research dissertation or an action learning project based in the workplace. The action learning route will particularly suit students who immediately go on to undertake a training contract. The research dissertation route will suit those who have not yet secured a training contract or do not start the training immediately after the completion of the LPC.

Visit the LLM Legal Practice page on the Plymouth University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Applicants should have a Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Legal Practice Course or Bar Vocational Course.

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