LSE 2018/2019


enyaw
So just to inform you guys, the list of available courses for the 2018/2019 session is out and it seems as if none of the courses relating to copyright law and legal theory will be on offer. What's funny is that I was admitted on the basis of, inter alia, a personal statement that explicitly named those two areas as my main interests... Shame. I am pretty sure I'm headed to Edinburgh now.

This is really unfortunate. I've also confirmed this and wonder whether any one interested in jurisprudence/legal theory should attend the programme. I am quite surprised that LSE would be unable to offer at least the basic "Foundations of Legal Theory" course.
[quote]So just to inform you guys, the list of available courses for the 2018/2019 session is out and it seems as if none of the courses relating to copyright law and legal theory will be on offer. What's funny is that I was admitted on the basis of, inter alia, a personal statement that explicitly named those two areas as my main interests... Shame. I am pretty sure I'm headed to Edinburgh now.[/quote]
This is really unfortunate. I've also confirmed this and wonder whether any one interested in jurisprudence/legal theory should attend the programme. I am quite surprised that LSE would be unable to offer at least the basic "Foundations of Legal Theory" course.
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IrishLLMer
Hi, I'm starting the LLM in the Autumn. I was wondering if anyone has heard anything about which courses are best? I know we get the chance to sample them during our first week, but it would be great to get some extra feedback before then! I'm personally interested in EU and international law, so will be choosing mostly courses within those fields. Thanks in advance and looking forward to meeting everyone!
Hi, I'm starting the LLM in the Autumn. I was wondering if anyone has heard anything about which courses are best? I know we get the chance to sample them during our first week, but it would be great to get some extra feedback before then! I'm personally interested in EU and international law, so will be choosing mostly courses within those fields. Thanks in advance and looking forward to meeting everyone!
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Deepak96
Is the corporate law specialism at the LSE taught well and/or respected by UK law firms? I'm tied between choosing either that or their competition law programme as a specialism and would appreciate any advice.
Is the corporate law specialism at the LSE taught well and/or respected by UK law firms? I'm tied between choosing either that or their competition law programme as a specialism and would appreciate any advice.
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