April 18, 2013
Tulane Law School to offer new LLM in Law and Development
Tulane Law School in the United States is offering a brand new Masters in Law and Development, the first of its kind in the United States, with the first students due to start in August 2013.
This combined Law and Development Master of Laws degree includes courses in Law, Sustainability and Development, International Human Rights, Economic Analysis, Comparative Environmental Law, and Comparative Constitutional and Private Law.
In creating this new degree program, Tulane has drawn on its Law School’s international renown and experience in the field of comparative and international law, as well as the rich multidisciplinary curriculum offered by its Payson Center for International Development and graduates of the combined LLM in Law and Development will benefit from multidisciplinary training with practical applications, which will enhance their career opportunities.
Tulane Law School offers six LLM programs: General LLM, LLM in Admiralty, LLM in American Law, LLM in Energy & Environment, LLM in International & Comparative Law, and the new combined LLM in Law and Development.
The application deadline is Wednesday 1st May 2013 – to apply for admission, click here.
If you have questions or need further information please contact Heather Marinaro, Assistant Dean, at email@example.com.
Looking for funding for postgraduate studies? Check out the exclusive bursaries on offer from Postgrad Solutions.
Content added on 18th April 2013.
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