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March 14, 2011

Glasgow to launch two new LLM programmes

The University of Glasgow is launching two new LLM programmes, these are an LLM in Intellectual Property & the Digital Economy and an LLM in International Law and Security.

The LLM in Intellectual Property & the Digital Economy is to be offered as either a full-time course over 12 months, or a part-time course over 24 months. This masters programme will provide students with a critical understanding of a wide range of issues concerning the legal regulation of intellectual property and the digital economy.

The LLM in International Law & Security will examine the role of international law in dealing with a range of security issues, assess its effectiveness, and reflecting critically on how law can respond to modern security challenges. Contemporary security threats include terrorism, international crimes, weapons of mass destruction, environmental degradation, violations of human rights, or humanitarian crises in addition to more traditional ones such as interstate conflicts.

The University of Glasgow will apply a £1,000 discount to the international fees for either of these programmes if they are taken full time over 12-months in 2011–12.

These programmes are both subject to approval.

Find out more about the LLM Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy.

Find out more about the LLM International Law & Security.

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Content added on 14th March 2011.

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