LLM Environmental Law

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  • Objectives
    Specifically designed for lawyers and non-legal professionals whose interests lie in the environmental field, particularly suitable for all professionals who need to manage and comply with the latest environmental legislation Taught by De Montfort Law School staff, offering extensive expertise in many specialist legal fields. This career-enhancing programme equips students to enter legal and other work relating to environmental regulation in the UK and overseas.
  • Entry requirements
    Candidates should possess a good Honours degree, an appropriate professional qualification or an equivalent international qualification. Some background knowledge of law is useful, but a degree in law is not essential.
  • Academic title
    LLM Environmental Law
  • Course description

    Modules may include: Water Pollution, Land Pollution, Atmospheric Pollution, Nature Conservation, Law of Health and Safety, Food Safety Law, Law of Development Control, Countryside Access, Offences Against the Environment, International Environmental Law, Noise Pollution, Radioactive Pollution and Housing Conditions Law.

    Students must select at least one 30 credit module from the above list, but may choose their remaining options from the full range of modules available across all the LLM programmes. The LLM is studied by distance learning (normally taking 21/4 years in total to complete), although an accelerated route (15 months) is available. The distance learning mode involves attendance at De Montfort Law School, Leicester for a maximum of 9 Saturday schools during the period of study.

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