Hi, I would like to know that if I happen to select LLM General as a degree of my interest will I be able to say I have a speciality degree in law and if so how?

The point I am trying to make sense of is that can I maybe select Corporate Law and Commercial Law in the course of my studies for LLM General as my speciality modules and focus on them in the duration of my studies for LLM General and when I complete my degree under LLM General can I then say ----I have obtained, i.e an""LLM In Corporate and Commercial Law"" when I graduate, or will it reflect on my academic record as "" LLM General"" and not "" LLM in Corporate & Commercial Law""?

Your advice will be very much appreciated.


[Edited by Elliot on Oct 06, 2017]