This Master of Laws programme is modular, with students needed to accumulate 180 credits to graduate. The programme is divide in to two parts:
- Part 1 consists of four modules, each weighted at 30 credits
Following successful completion of the taught modules, students may proceed to part 2:
- The second part of this LLM consists of two research projects
- The projects are customarily researched and written up over the summer period and are designed to enable students to develop their research skills
We offer a wide range of full modules (taught from September till May/June). Students must taken one module from the following list:
Admiralty Law, Marine Insurance Law, Charterparties: Law and Practice, Carriage of Goods by Sea, Land and Air, Oil and Gas Law: Contracts and Liabilities, and Law of the Sea.
And one module from the following list:
International Trade Law, Law and Practice relating to International Banking and Commercial Payments, E-Commerce Law, Competition Law, International Intellectual Property law, Law of Intellectual Assets Management & Transactions, International Corporate Law and Governance, and Ship and Other Mobile Assets Finance Law.
Students can choose another 2 modules from those available in International Maritime Law or International Commercial Law.