Masters of Law - LLM
The LLM degree, or Master of Law Degree is an advanced academic qualification that is focussed entirely on the field of law. In order to take an LLM degree, most students will require a good bachelor degree (2.1 or above) in Law or an acceptable related subject.
There are a number of variations of the traditional LLM degree, such as Master of Laws in Criminal Justice, European Law, Medical Law and Ethics and Public International Law. Whichever is your choice to follow, you will have tough competition in gaining a place at your chosen University - as well as some tough choces over how you fund yourself throgh the course.
The top 10 Universities to study for a Master of Laws (LLM) according to LLM Guide are :
- University of London - Queen Mary
- University of Oxford
- King's College London
- University College London
- London School of Economics and Political Science
- University of Cambridge
- University of London
- University of Kent
- Nottingham Trent University
- University of Warwick
Wherever you choose, you will need to work hard, study long hours but you do get the infamous Law parties in order to play hard too!
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