Jan. 11, 2009
Middlesex invites you to follow a new pathway in Law
The Middlesex Law department continues its focus on expanding its programme choices with innovative LLM pathways that represent the diversity of the department’s expertise.
Professor Joshua Castellino has joined Middlesex as the new head of the Law department. He most recently taught at the National University of Ireland, Galway where he had helped develop one of the world’s most respected programmes in Human Rights law. Professor Castellino has a specific passion for Minorities in the Law and has been published extensively within this field. Using this considerable expertise, the department has established an LL.M. pathway in Minorities, Rights and the Law that investigates areas such as Migration Law, Vulnerable Groups and International Human Rights.
Professor David Lewis brings 36 years of expertise in employment law to the newly established LL.M. pathway on the subject. During his considerable career in the field, Professor Lewis has authored many respected publications including ‘Essentials of Employment Law’ with the chartered institute of professional development. The Employment Law pathway will benefit those wanting to practise law in this area or who undertake a relevant function within an organisation, such as human resource management.
Following the administrative validations in November, Middlesex now offers PGDip, PGCert, LLM study in 4 new pathways alongside their existing LLM.
Minorities, Rights and the Law
International Business Law
Content added on 11 January 2008.