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Postgraduate courses at the School of Law include Master of Laws programmes in diverse subject areas.
Postgraduate courses at the School of Law include Master of Laws programmes in diverse subject areas including:
The University has a page for scholarship opportunities and for international scholarships.
The School of Law also offers a number of CPD Short Courses in the fields of Transitional Justice, Legal Technology, Copyright Law, Employment Law and Derivatives.
Access to Justice through legal education.
Year of entry: 2024/25
Year of entry: 2023/24
Be the bridge between law and tech with this interdisciplinary programme creating future lawyers and legal technologists (with Placement Opportunity).
Would you like to get a recognised, accredited qualification in employment law from the comfort of your own home/office, wherever you are based?
This course seeks to explore inequality in society and the legal strategies deployed to combat it.
This course gives participants an overview of the primary treaty regimes and institutions which underpin the international human rights regime.
This course introduces participants to the aims of transitional justice and the main transitional justice measures that seek to respond to mass abuse.
The only postgraduate course in the UK and Ireland dedicated to the study of gender, conflict and human rights.
This course offers an expert introduction and overview to issues of gender, conflict and transition.
Study human rights law and transitional justice with recognised international experts.
The LLM in International Commercial Law and ADR offers modules that are at the cutting-edge of industry and will lead to a professional accreditation.
This course gives students a grounding in legal, technological, and policy developments related to the business of law and professional services.