Birkbeck’s School of Law is a leading international centre for world-class legal research and scholarship. The School provides a range of innovative Masters degrees and hosts a flourishing community of students engaged in graduate research.
The University of Nottingham’s School of Law are delighted to report that Claire San Filippo, a former Law student who took the European Masters in Human Rights and Democratisation (EMA) course in 2008/09, has been awarded the highest mark for a dissertation by the examiners this year (out of 84 students from across the 41 participating universities across the EU).
Since their introduction in 2000, the LLM programmes at Swansea have aimed at enhancing students' practical understanding in the realm of commercial and maritime law in addition to offering a sound academic background in these subject areas.
City University of Hong Kong's (CityU) School of Law held its inauguration ceremony for the Advanced Programme for Chinese Senior Judges on 25 May. The second cooperative venture between CityU and the National Judges College of the Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China, the programme provides a systematic, bespoke legal programme for Chinese senior judges.
Kent Law School now offers thirteen taught LLM programmes after recently adding an LLM in International Criminal Justice, and an Erasmus LLM which enables students to study at both Kent and at a European partner during the one year programme.
The School of Law at the University of Reading is very pleased that it will again be offering a three or four day study trip to Geneva to visit several international organisations and meet with their staff.
The School of Law has been ranked 9th in the UK and 8th in England by both the recent Guardian University Guide 2010 and Times Good University Guide 2010, confirming our status as one of the leading law schools.
LLM Scholarship – The School of Law offers three scholarships to non-EU/EEA nationals who hold unconditional offers from the University of Glasgow to study for one of the LLM programmes offered by the School of Law.
A leading human rights expert at The University of Nottingham School of Law addressed the United Nations recently, as part of a symposium to deliver a groundbreaking statement on sexual orientation and gender identity.
As one of the fastest growing areas of legal practice, Dundee Law School’s new LLM in International Dispute Resolution is well positioned to provide students with the legal expertise and training to meet this demand.
The School of Law at the University of Nottingham has been rated as excellent in both teaching and research. It has achieved an excellent outcome in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, being ranked in the top five law schools in the UK.
For those who are unable to commit to the traditional campus based law study experience, Dundee Law School offers an LLM in International Dispute Resolution, one of the fastest growing areas of legal practice.