Manchester University doesn't do a LLM in Medical Law and Ethics, it does run a MA (MSc for intercalated medics) in Health Care Ethics and Law though. I can't speak for the LLM as I haven't done it, but I received my MA in December last year and the degree programme was truly excellent. The academic staff, which includes world-renowned scholars from both bioethics (John Harris, Soren Holm) and medical law (Margot Brazier), are inspiring, friendly and always supportive. There's also a good mix of backgrounds among the students - medics, lawyers, health professionals, philosophers and, oh yes, a geographer (I'll let you guess who that was), which I found made seminar discussions all the more interesting. I couldn't recommend the MA/MSc at Manchester highly enough, which is why in January I embarked on the rather daunting task of doing the PhD Manchester offers in Bioethics and Medical Jurisprudence. The MA/MSc can be done full or part-time, as well as by distance learning. There's also a CPD course they now do. Details can be found on the website