Question about Law& Society!


Lau3

hi guys, since the Law& Society is a new programme, I can't get much information from current students, so what do you know about it? or anyone get interested in it as well? Thanks a lot~

hi guys, since the Law& Society is a new programme, I can't get much information from current students, so what do you know about it? or anyone get interested in it as well? Thanks a lot~
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It's a rather niche and research-focused topic and I can't imagine there would be much interest in it among users here, who tend to be practicing lawyers who want to pick up new practices or recent law graduates who want to specialize. 

There are a number of law schools, mostly in the UK, that offer law and society as either an LLM specialization or its own master which might overlap with topics like health or religion. Reading and Westminster for example. I would look into other more established programs and see how this new one compares in terms of curriculum. 

It's a rather niche and research-focused topic and I can't imagine there would be much interest in it among users here, who tend to be practicing lawyers who want to pick up new practices or recent law graduates who want to specialize.&nbsp;<br><br>There are a number of law schools, mostly in the UK, that offer law and society as either an LLM specialization or its own master which might overlap with topics like health or religion. Reading and Westminster for example. I would look into other more established programs and see how this new one compares in terms of curriculum.&nbsp;
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Lau3

It's a rather niche and research-focused topic and I can't imagine there would be much interest in it among users here, who tend to be practicing lawyers who want to pick up new practices or recent law graduates who want to specialize. 

There are a number of law schools, mostly in the UK, that offer law and society as either an LLM specialization or its own master which might overlap with topics like health or religion. Reading and Westminster for example. I would look into other more established programs and see how this new one compares in terms of curriculum. 

Thank you for your reply! They're really helpful! I think I might the academic type, or I really want to be one. I'll take your advise, BTW I really like Leiden, it fits all my expectation anyway. Well, could you probably tell me what do you think of the cirriculum of the Leiden one? Is it adequate?

[Edited by Lau3 on Jun 26, 2020]

[quote]It's a rather niche and research-focused topic and I can't imagine there would be much interest in it among users here, who tend to be practicing lawyers who want to pick up new practices or recent law graduates who want to specialize.&nbsp;<br><br>There are a number of law schools, mostly in the UK, that offer law and society as either an LLM specialization or its own master which might overlap with topics like health or religion. Reading and Westminster for example. I would look into other more established programs and see how this new one compares in terms of curriculum.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><div>Thank you for your reply! They're really helpful! I think I might the academic type, or I really want to be one.</div><div>&nbsp;I'll take your advise, BTW I really like Leiden, it fits all my expectation anyway. Well, could you probably tell me what do you think of the cirriculum of the Leiden one? Is it adequate?</div>
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