May 22, 2017
Strathclyde Law School launches LLM in Law of the Sea, Sustainable Development & International Law
Strathclyde Law School has launched a new LLM in Law of the Sea, Sustainable Development and International Law.
The LLM in Law of the Sea, Sustainable Development and International Law will focus on the International Law of the Sea and other areas of international law. Areas of study on this course include international biodiversity; human rights; trade; and investment law. This Master of Laws will give students an understanding of ocean governance as well as knowledge of the science, policy and international law of ocean governance. Students will also explore other areas of international law related to sustainable development
The LLM in Law of the Sea, Sustainable Development and International Law is suitable for those with relevant work experience in ocean governance or a background in ocean science and/or policy. However students do not need a previous law degree to be eligible to apply.
This Master of Laws program is available to study full time over 12 months or part time over 24 months. The application deadline is August 2017 and the start date is September 2017.
Find out more about the LLM in Law of the Sea, Sustainable Development and International Law.
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Content added on 22nd May 2017.
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