Oct. 23, 2009
The University of Sussex has launched an exciting new LLM in European Law
The University of Sussex Law School has launched a new LLM to develop an advanced level of understanding of the subject of European law, including the law of the European Union (EU), the European Convention on Human Rights and comparative European legal studies.
The programme examines issues that highlight the contemporary and dynamic features of European law, such as constitutional law, human rights and the single market, while also focusing on new and controversial aspects such as EU citizenship, migration and asylum, healthcare law, European criminal law, security in Europe, competition law and access to public services. As a result, students will achieve a deeper understanding of issues of European law and their place in the process of European legal, social, political and economic integration.
During the year students will also have the opportunity to participate in a study visit to a number of European institutions. The aim of this visit is to enable them to gain first-hand experience of the European legal and political institutions and to enhance their understanding of the role of the institutions in the process of European legal integration.
For further information on LLM in European Law please email the course director Professor Susan Millns at S.Millns@sussex.ac.uk
Find out more about the courses available at the Sussex Law School.
Content added on 23rd October 2009.