Continuing Professional Development Masters’ Level Courses at LSE.
The London School of Economics and Political Science.
Law Department London School of Economics,
Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE.
Grant Bell, Postgraduate Programmes Administrator
Email: email@example.com, Tel: 020 7106 1227
Dianne Delvaille, LL.M Programme Administrator
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 020 7955 7266
The LSE LLM Degree can be secured over one, two or four years.
Our programme offers practitioners an outstanding opportunity to pursue continuing professional development through a wide range of courses accredited by the Law Society and Bar Council.
Areas covered include:
- Banking Law and Financial Regulation; Commercial Law; Competition Innovation and Trade; Corporate Law; Securities Law; Criminology and Criminal Justice; European Law; Human Rights Law; Information Technology, Media and Communications Law; Intellectual Property Law; International Business Law; Employment Law; Legal Theory; Public International Law; Public Law; Taxation.
- LSE’s Law Department is rated in the highest categories for research and teaching, and received the highest ranking in the country in the Research Assessment Exercise 2008. The LLM is taught at the School’s central London campus, immediately adjacent to the Royal Courts of Justice.
- Our courses build on the strengths of the Department and are taught by both full-time staff and experienced London practitioners. The result is a valuable mixture of practical and academic insights into law. Students also benefit from mall-group teaching, whether in classes which support lecture-based courses or in seminar-based courses.
- The Law Department also offers LLM students a number of Specialist Seminar Series, additional to LLM courses, which are given by distinguished visiting academics and practitioners.
Please contact Grant Bell or Dianne Delvaille or see our website: http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/law/programmes/llm/llm-prospective.htm for further details.