Good LLM in England (European Law)?


Toni86

Hi!
What European Law LLM in England would you recommend me? I don´t want to go to London and there should be a nice campus to live. :-)
Thanks a lot for your help!

Hi!
What European Law LLM in England would you recommend me? I don´t want to go to London and there should be a nice campus to live. :-)
Thanks a lot for your help!
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TiGGer

Coming from Germany, I did my LL.M. in Nottingham (England) at Nottingham Law School - Nottingham Trent University. Had a brilliant time! Can only recommend it!
For more information, feel free to text me.

Coming from Germany, I did my LL.M. in Nottingham (England) at Nottingham Law School - Nottingham Trent University. Had a brilliant time! Can only recommend it!
For more information, feel free to text me.
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Richie_85

Am there, as well (having done my LLB at University of Nottingham). I'm having an awesome time and John Hodgson is an outstanding lecturer for European Law! Can unreservedly recommend the Law School!!!

Am there, as well (having done my LLB at University of Nottingham). I'm having an awesome time and John Hodgson is an outstanding lecturer for European Law! Can unreservedly recommend the Law School!!!
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Colorado

In compliance with the Times Online (http://extras.timesonline.co.uk/tol_gug/gooduniversityguide.php?AC_sub=Law&sub=38&x=20&y=8) the Nottingham Trent University it's in 41 position. I have applied but I was wondering whether it's worth do it there since its classification in the rankings.
On a different note, taking into account that in the same city we have The University of Nottignham which has an excellent reputation- what will think the employer once he see our cv?? How far is NTU fro The University of Nottingham?

In compliance with the Times Online (http://extras.timesonline.co.uk/tol_gug/gooduniversityguide.php?AC_sub=Law&sub=38&x=20&y=8) the Nottingham Trent University it's in 41 position. I have applied but I was wondering whether it's worth do it there since its classification in the rankings.
On a different note, taking into account that in the same city we have The University of Nottignham –which has an excellent reputation- what will think the employer once he see our cv?? How far is NTU fro The University of Nottingham?

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Kerfuffle

Try looking at Manchester (good faculty), Edinburgh (good faculty), and Kent (strong ties with Belgium universities). Durham is a good law school but offers only a couple of European courses, so doesn't present a strong specialisation in the field.

Try looking at Manchester (good faculty), Edinburgh (good faculty), and Kent (strong ties with Belgium universities). Durham is a good law school but offers only a couple of European courses, so doesn't present a strong specialisation in the field.
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Definitely check out Edinburgh. It is home to Prof Jo Shaw, a leader in the field of European Law. It is also holds the Europa Institute, the oldest European Law centred research facility of its kind. http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/europa/
A large number of the faculty at Edinburgh are specialists in European law and it also has a very active student research community in the field, too.
Though not based in England, Scotland is a great alternative to London. Edinburgh is an excellent small city with all of the nightlife and arts that London shares. It is much easier for travel, too. Since it is European law, it will be the same law no matter if you are taught in England or Scotland so you are not restricted to England.
Best of luck with your applications.

Definitely check out Edinburgh. It is home to Prof Jo Shaw, a leader in the field of European Law. It is also holds the Europa Institute, the oldest European Law centred research facility of its kind. http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/europa/
A large number of the faculty at Edinburgh are specialists in European law and it also has a very active student research community in the field, too.
Though not based in England, Scotland is a great alternative to London. Edinburgh is an excellent small city with all of the nightlife and arts that London shares. It is much easier for travel, too. Since it is European law, it will be the same law no matter if you are taught in England or Scotland so you are not restricted to England.
Best of luck with your applications.
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