July 4, 2011
University of Exeter launches brand new LLM Master of Laws
The University of Exeter has launched a brand new LLM Master of Laws programme for 2011. This will allow the postgraduate law students to select any combination of taught postgraduate modules that are offered by Exeter Law School.
The Programme Director is Professor Charlotte Waelde and the LLM Master of Laws programme is being taught from the University of Exeter's Streatham Campus.
The School of Law at the University of Exeter offers students a group learning experience with a strong focus on student participation. This fosters an academically challenging but supportive community atmosphere. There will also be opportunities for the LLM students to participate in international mooting competitions, the university's skills training programme and visit the institutions of the European Union and the Council of Europe.
The LLM students will be provided with valuable networking opportunities as Exeter Law School maintains strong links with its alumni and honorary doctorates. Many of these people now occupy powerful and prestigious roles in the legal community throughout the world, and they are sometimes opportunities for them to interact with the postgraduate students.
The University of Exeter is now accepting applications for this programme, click here to apply.
Find out more about postgraduate study at the School of Law at the University of Exeter.
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Content added on 4th July 2011.