Northumbria University, Newcastle
Commercial awareness is a pre-requisite for both legal practitioners and those in business. The LLM/Diploma in Commercial Law is designed to provide an in-depth knowledge and understanding of a range of commercial law subjects. Students on the programme gain specialist legal knowledge within a practical context, whilst developing expertise in chosen areas and enhancing research skills. The programme will be of interest to legal practitioners, to those in business and to people in the public sector who encounter various aspects of Commercial Law. It will also interest students who wish to enhance their qualifications in this area. The programme builds upon participants experience - whether gained through undergraduate study, employment or legal practice - and in addition to developing existing expertise and knowledge, the programme offers a range of practical benefits including: Greater awareness of legal commercial issues The ability to apply specialist legal knowledge to practical problems The acquisition of expertise in new specialist areas The ability to critically evaluate legal issues Enhanced research and presentation skills. What you will study The LLM in Commercial Law offers you the possibility of studying a number of subjects of particular relevance to commercial activities. Core Module Legal Research in Commercial Law aims to introduce students to fundamental legal concepts, the structure of the courts and the sources of law. In particular the module introduces students to the nature of contractual and tortious liability and develops the necessary core knowledge and understanding for the study of more specialist aspects of commercial law. The module integrates the study of law with the development of those legal techniques that students will need to develop, in particular legal research and writing skills.
Accreditation:North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
International Student Requirements:Please contact The International Office at Northumbria University for further advice.
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