March 2, 2012
University of Reading launches four new LLM programmes
The School of Law at the University of Reading has launched several new LLM programmes – the LLM Human Rights, LLM International Law, LLM European Union Law and Governance, and LLM European Union Law and Citizenship.
The School of Law is offering two LLM programmes in European Union law, the LLM European Union Economic Law and Governance which studies EU law and governance, particularly the economic aspects of the EU: competition, trade restrictions, antitrust, free movement of goods, services, workers, internal market, economic union, etc.
Meanwhile the LLM in European Union Law and Citizenship examines EU law in its social and political context, particularly fundamental rights, constitutionalism, mobility, family rights and the role and place of the EU in the international legal order.
The University of Reading is also offering an LLM in Human Rights, which studies human rights law in its social, political and philosophical context, and an LLM in International Law which concentrates on the in-depth study of international legal doctrine.
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