Postgraduate Courses in Law
The School of Law is very proud of its postgraduate programmes which have attracted and continues to attract top legal graduates from prestigious universities around the world. Our current postgraduate student population is 200. Consisting of students from over thirty EU and Non-EU countries, our postgraduate cohort of students benefit from an intellectually rigorous and culturally diverse environment with a deep sense of community . Our aim annually is to have a class that is academically excellent, as well as being dynamic and diverse, so that our students can have a genuinely enriching time while they study with us.
We offer four taught masters degree programmes - Master in Laws (LL.M.), Master in Laws (LL.M. (International and Comparative Law), Master in Laws (LL.M. (International and European Business Law)) and Master in Laws, (LL.M. (International and European Intellectual Property Law))- and two research degree programmes - Master in Letters (M.Litt) and Doctor in Philosophy (Ph.D.).
Our taught Master in Laws (LL.M.) programmes boast an enormous number of different modules – enough to ensure that all students have their needs and interests catered for. Whether you wish to learn about the world of aviation law, banking and financial services law or the legal system of China or the pressing practical concerns connected with employment ligitigation (and anything in between!) you will find it on our programmes. And why not take the time out to look at the profiles of the Faculty who lecture on the programme – both full-time and part-time academics within our law school as well as the many gifted expert practitioners who lecture specific courses.
Professor Blanaid Clarke
Director of the LL.M Programmes
Dr Liz Heffernan
Director of Postgraduate Teaching and Learning
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