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Feb. 15, 2011

Swansea launches new LLM in International Business Law

The School of Law at Swansea University has launched a new LLM in International Business Law for September 2011.

This new LLM will focus on the practical difficulties experienced by international business. As well as offering a broad spectrum of International Business Law modules, the new LLM in International Business Law also allows for specialisation in new and dynamic issues such as the law relating to the intangible assets of the business such as trademarks, patents and copyright.

This new programme is divided into two parts. The first part comprises the taught element, which is worth a total of 120 credits (60 ECTS credits). Students are required to take 4 modules with at least two options drawn from International Intellectual Property Law, Law of Intellectual Assets Management & Transactions, Company Law in a Comparative Context or Transnational Credit and Security Law. The additional modules available to students are E-Commerce Law, European Competition Law, International Litigation and Arbitration Law. The assessment for the modules in Part I will be weighted equally by a combination of coursework and examinations. Part II consists of two supervised research projects on agreed topics relating to International Business Law of not more than 20,000 words in total.

For further information please contact the Programme Director Andrew Beale OBE.
Email: a.j.beale@swansea.ac.uk Tel: +44 1792 295472.

Find out more about the LLM in International Business Law.

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Content added on 15th February 2011.

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