International Maritime Law, LLM
The LLM programmes require commitment to study throughout one calendar year. Students are given the opportunity to develop a number of important skills which are not only essential to those wishing to become lawyers but are valuable, transferable skills in themselves in other employment contexts.The School offers its postgraduate students dedicated resources, including IT facilities and teaching rooms. Students are fully supported by the School's dedicated Law Librarian and the Law Library holds an extensive selection of legal materials and on-line services such as Lexis and Westlaw. Students are encouraged to make full use of the facilities offered by the Postgraduate Research Faculty and, in particular, to take advantage of training sessions run by the Faculty, such as legal research methods.
This Programme has been developed with a view to providing students with a sound and relevant body of information and understanding, thereby providing an effective springboard to a future career in legal practice or some other profession, or in education, industry, commerce, finance or arbitration.
The degree is divided into Parts I and II. Part I is made up of 4 taught modules each weighted at 30 credits. Students may choose 4 modules from: Admiralty Law, Marine Insurance, Charterparties and Carriage of Goods by Sea, Marine Cargo Claims, Marine Environmental Law, International Trade Law, E-Commerce and Private International Law.
Outline descriptions of the modules taught are to be found in the School postgraduate brochure. The list of modules outlined above will be offered in any academic year subject to student demand and departmental resources.
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