Commercial Law (LLM)

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  • Objectives
    To offer knowledge and expertise for a career with enhanced opportunities for legal or business practice as a result of commercial law specialism.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements:
    This course is suitable for graduates in Law wishing to study commercial law at an advanced level and in its international context. The course is suitable for UK and overseas students, and for practitioners.

    Applicants should have a good Honours degree in law, although applicants with other appropriate qualifications will be considered. Students without Law degrees will be offered a short conversion course prior to the commencement of the LLM programme itself. An introductory course on common law is available to those without a common law background.

    Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to pass either IELTS/TOEFL exams, for which the minimum requirement is IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 575.
  • Academic title
    Commercial Law (LLM)
  • Course description
    Course Description:
    This LLM gives students the opportunity to study topics in depth and to conduct research in areas of commercial law of particular interest and value to them. On completion of the Commercial Law route, students should be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge of those areas of commercial law selected for study, undertake research in any area of commercial law, demonstrate an understanding of basic legal research techniques, and make an oral and written presentation of the results of individually conducted research.

    Students must complete four modules (one assessment for each module comprising of a 6,500 word essay or examination) and a dissertation (not exceeding 15,000 words). It may be possible to undertake two modules from the Masters of Laws (LLM) route.

    Depending on the route and the particular module, these comprise a mix of lectures and seminars, individual and joint written and oral presentations and distance learning. All modules are supported by extensive IT provision available on and off campus. Modules are typically led by staff actively engaged in research relevant to their subject matter.

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