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Nottingham Law School is one of the largest university Law schools in the UK

We enjoy a national and international reputation for delivering high- quality education and training across a broad range of academic and professional Law programmes: from undergraduate to research degrees. The taught Masters programmes are an exciting and expanding area of the Law School, which demonstrates our commitment to offering a diverse and flexible approach to postgraduate study.

The taught Masters in Law (LLM) programmes at Nottingham Law School offer an exciting and flexible approach to postgraduate study. Students are able to build an LLM programme to suit their individual requirements.

In the competitive area of law, it is becoming increasingly apparent

that many recent graduates wish to improve their academic profile by undertaking a period of postgraduate study. Furthermore, legal professionals and those dealing with the law within other work contexts such as business, may find it necessary to enhance their career prospects by obtaining a postgraduate qualification.

The LLM programmes attract a wide range of students, from Law graduates and Law conversion students, to law practitioners. Some of the programmes are suitable for applicants from a non- legal background: for example, Health Law, Sports Law and International Criminal Justice. We have an extensive network of professional contacts, ensuring that our programmes reflect the latest professional practice.

The Nottingham Law School LLM enables you to build your own programme by selecting taught modules from a wide range of subject areas to suit your own interests and requirements. As such, you will be able to obtain either a Single, Joint or Major / Minor LLM award.

The LLM subject areas are all important at a national, European and international level, and have considerable significance in both

academic and professional terms, particularly from an international perspective. Subject areas include: Competition Law, Corporate Law, Criminal Justice, Employment Law, Europe and the Law, Health Law, Human Rights, Insolvency Law, Intellectual Property Law, International Criminal Justice, International Public Law, International Trade Law, Law (General), and Sports Law.

The full-time LLM programmes extend over a 12-month academic year commencing in September. The LLM programmes share one common module; the Dissertation. In addition, you will also study six elective and compulsory modules pertinent to the award that you wish to obtain. For a named LLM you will be expected to study certain subject core modules. Nottingham is a friendly, thriving city in the heart of England, at the centre of a web of road and rail links that makes most parts of the country easily accessible. Around two hours by car from London and less by train,

Nottingham is a popular student alternative to the capital. As the commercial centre for the East Midlands, it is home to major UK and international companies, and financial and government offices.


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