Comments about LLM Advanced Legal Practice - At the institution - Leicester - Leicestershire
The programme develops legal practitioners� areas of specialisation directly relevant to the needs of their firms. The innovative approach of the programme enhances their practical legal research skills and allows them to keep up-to-date with developments in their field of operations.
Applicants should normally be solicitors or barristers with a first degree and a PGDip in Legal Practice or equivalent and at least two years practical experience in the programme area.
LLM Advanced Legal Practice
Stage 1 comprises 42 hours of seminars plus supervised study and research in one of the following programme areas:
-Personal Injury Litigation
-Construction and Planning Law and Practice
-Company and Commercial Law and Practice
-Employment Law and Practice.
Stage 2 requires the preparation of a practical research project (of about 20,000 words) in the chosen programme area.