The LLM degree course enables you to increase the scope and depth of your knowledge of the law and to specialise in selected areas. The course lasts for twelve months from the beginning of October and comprises an instructional part (9 months) and a dissertation (3 months). For the instructional part you must follow three courses from a choice of options which include: Admiralty, Carriage of Goods by Sea, Conflict of Laws, European Corporate Regulation, Criminology, Environmental Law, Law and Government, International Human Rights, International Law of the Sea, Law of International Trade, Civil Liberties, Marine Insurance, Restitution in the Commercial Context, European Information Technology Law, Law of the European Internal Market, Judicial Protection in the European Union, EC Labour Law and Social Security Law, International Environmental Law, International Business Taxation.
University of Southampton
International Student Requirements:
All students should meet the University's English Language requirements. US students who have been taught and assessed in English do not need to provide evidence of their ability