Oct. 18, 2011
Swansea Law School launches a new LLM in International Business Law
The School of Law at Swansea University is pleased to offer a new LLM in International Business Law for Autumn 2011.
While their existing LLM programme in International Commercial Law places an emphasis on trade and broader commercial responsibilities, this new postgraduate programme will focus on the practical difficulties experienced by international business.
The LLM in International Business Law will offer a broad spectrum of international business law modules, as well as allowing 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 LLM programme should appeal to aspiring practising lawyer looking for a high level career in an international law firm or multinational company as well as legal advisers to small/medium sized enterprises. Applicants will require a good undergraduate degree either in law or a closely related discipline.
For further information on the LLM in International Business Law, please contact the programme director Andrew Beale at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (+44) 01792 295472.
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Content added on 18th October 2011.