Nottingham Law School’s new Masters programmes for 2008
If you’re looking to start an LLM programme later this year, you may be interested to know that Nottingham Law School has just added three new programmes to its portfolio of taught masters courses: Insolvency Law; Human Rights and Criminal Justice (international and/or domestic).
What sort of modules would this allow me to study?
Below is just a sample of the modules included within the new programmes:
Human Rights – Expression Rights: art, politics and religion; Human Rights and Criminal Justice
Insolvency Law – Corporate Rescue; Cross Border Insolvency
Criminal Justice (international and/or domestic) –Victims, Human Rights and Restorative Justice; Criminal Processes and Evidence
These programmes add to an already diverse portfolio, which allows students to build their own programme, by selecting modules from a wide range of subject areas.
So, if you’re interested in studying at a leading Law school that gives you the flexibility to personalise your LLM programme, why not consider Nottingham?