Hi there everyone,

I am really interested in taking a LLM via distance whilst working part time, as I think this is a fantastic way of offering these programs. In particular, I am interested in the following disciplines:

* Competition and Regulation/Law and Economics
* Intellectual Property Law
* Information Technology Law
* Medical Ethics and Law

I am currently working in Europe (on holiday now, hence the time zone differences) and I have been looking at the available programs. In particular, in my area I can see that these universities offer distance masters:

* LL.M. Com­pe­ti­ti­on and Re­gu­la­ti­on, Leuphana University of Lüneberg
* LL.M. MBL, Free University of Berlin
* LL.M. Distance (IP, Information Technology, Medical Law), University of Edinburgh
* LL.M. Distance (Cyberlaw, IP), QMUL
* LL.M. Distance (Medical Law), Manchester University
* LL.M. Distance (IP and Internet Policy), University of Strathclyde
* PGDip Distance, Competition Law and Economics - KCL

Are there any others that I should consider? Which of these do you recommend? Thanks.