June 6, 2014
Edinburgh Law School offers 3 new courses
The University of Edinburgh's Law School is offering three new LLM programs alongside their usually offered programs in Comparative and European Private Law and Criminology and Criminal Justice.
The first new offering is focused on International Banking Law and Finance, and is suited to those both already working in the area or those looking to move into it. It will look at finance in UK, the EU, US and Asia, cross-border banking, and the economics underlying the law infrastructures.
There’s also an LLM is Human Rights which emphasises an interdisciplinary approach and will look at both the practical and theoretical sides of the issues. There will be a particular emphasis on human rights and conflict resolution, and the opportunity to explore areas of your own interest.
The third new course is in Medical Law and Ethics, and students on this course will benefit from Edinburgh’s history of medical training. Topics that will be looked at include issues such as genetics, assisted reproduction, transplantation medicine, mental health, advance decisions, medical research, and the allocation of scarce resources. There will also be the opportunity to look at both domestic and international rulings.
Please click here for more details on any of these Master of Laws programs.
Looking for funding for postgraduate studies? Check out the exclusive bursaries on offer from Postgrad Solutions.
Content added on 6th June 2014.
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