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Across semesters one and two, you will study a wide variety of legal topics, covering areas as diverse as International Human Rights Law, Public International Law, Corporate Social Responsibility and Commercial Law, all designed to help you to develop a strong grounding in key legal principles.
All modules on this course are mandatory. Please note that the semester structures listed below for semesters 1 and 2 are indicative only. Modules may be delivered in either semester 1 or 2 depending on resourcing requirements and which cohort a student is enrolled upon.
In the final semester, you should choose an area to research and report for your project – your skills in this area will have been supported by Research Skills and Research Design modules taken in semesters one and two respectively.
In the past, students have chosen topics as diverse as corporate governance and the failure of banks, whether companies should be criminally accountable for the acts and omissions of employees, the death penalty and international human rights and an analysis of the implementation of the trade-related intellectual property (IP) rights agreement in less developed countries.
The LLM in Law course aims to provide you with knowledge of international and comparative law and affairs in areas such as: