I am recently finishing my Master in Small Business Management studies and I am investigating what to study next. Since I live in a very small country in South America and I am limited to distance / online learning as my are of interest is an LLM in International Business Law (University of London) or in International Trade and Commercial Law.(University of Essex, Online).

I am seeking advice, guidance and share of thoughts regarding if starting an LLM in above mentioned areas is doable and if it makes sense since I do not hold an LLB and I am not to keen on spending the time to obtain an LLB first.

I have over 17 years of experience as a manager in a retail firm that is also involved in international trade. I want to broaden and deepen my knowledge, skills and insight into international business law and also would like to become an (legal) advisor for other businesses that are involved in international trade.

Please share your thoughts with me,

Cheers :-)