LLM LawThe LLM in Law has a strong emphasis on flexibility of choice. Students can design their own course of study choosing from the range of modules offered on the School's Employment, International Business Law, European Law and, with permission, Medical Law and Bioethics LLMs. Non-law graduates take a module in legal skills and all students study advanced legal research methodologies to prepare them for the 4 module dissertation. This course is taught predominantly by way of weekly seminars and will be assessed by coursework.
Institution: University of Central Lancashire
Department: Department of Languages & International Studies
Entry: Second Class Honours Level is required, although relevant Professional Experience will also be considered where appropriate.
Address: Fylde Building University of Central Lancashire Preston PR1 2HE
Telephone: 01772 893130
Contact: Bernard Quinn