Master of Laws is a postgraduate course designed for law graduates and practising lawyers to specialise in a particular area, such as tax, environmental or employment law.
A first or second class honours degree or equivalent internationally recognised qualification in Law and an understanding of the basic principles of public and private law. Other degrees will be considered if substantial legal knowledge and experience can be proved. Typical IELTS requirements: 6.5 overall, with no lower than 6.0 in any one component.
Master of Laws graduates will move into legal or corporate practice and also take on roles in management, business, banking, non-governmental organisations, research and teaching. Traditional legal roles include lawyer, risk analysis and litigation. If LLM graduates wish to remain in study, a number also choose to study a PhD.
To learn more about the best Master of Laws courses in the UK, find details on the top ten ranking Law universities in the Guardian University Guide 2019 below:
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