A Master of Laws in Private Law will study a broad range of courses covering the relationships between individuals. Explore over 90 LLM programs in Private Law, including Comparative and European Private Law, Private International Law, and Family Law.
A Master of Laws in Property Law – or Real Estate Law as it is usually referred to in the United States – will focus on areas associated with the acquisition and ownership of property, such as tenancy agreements, sale of property, inheritance, searches of the land registry and squatters’ rights. Explore a selection of LLM programs in Property Law.
A Master of Laws in Public Law focuses on legislation that affects the individual, examining the relationship between state, government and members of the public. Explore 113 LLM programs in Public Law, including Public International Law, Public Law & Policy, and European Law & Public Affairs.