LLM in Law (General)

LLM in Law (General)

The LLM programme is designed to enhance students' legal skills and enrich their knowledge of a variety of legal subjects across a broad spectrum from criminal law, to competition law, property and human rights law. It is suited to those looking for an advanced legal education but who do not wish to focus on a single branch of law. The range of choice is designed to facilitate students to develop their own unique profile in combining various branches of the law into which they will develop the deeper knowledge and understanding brought about by postgraduate study. Upon completion candidates will provide added value to their employer and clients, whether in a traditional law firm, as a practicing barrister, in private industry or with governmental agencies. Experts in the relevant areas of law will assist students in developing a deeper understanding of, and an enhanced ability to interpret and apply the law on a wide range of topics - See more at: http://www.ul.ie/graduateschool/course/law-general-llm#sthash.tS535QB3.dpuf

Course Director: 
Kathryn O'Sullivan
Course type: 
Postgraduate Full-time
Postgraduate Part-time