LLM for Public Economic Law


Hello everyone,

I am a third year law student looking to study LLM public law - specifically about public economic law. I couldn't find any courses that are directly concerned with this topic (other than public law). However, I could see that there are some in France but I would like to study in the UK. I have discovered that public law course is also quite hard to find in the UK. If anyone knew of any courses that offer modules which are concerned with this subject, please recommend me. Thank you in advance.

Also, I would like to know my chance to get into Masters. Now I've only got high 2.2. Would it be possible to get into uni like Bristol or Queen Mary if my third year has not been improved. Thank you.
Hello everyone,

I am a third year law student looking to study LLM public law - specifically about public economic law. I couldn't find any courses that are directly concerned with this topic (other than public law). However, I could see that there are some in France but I would like to study in the UK. I have discovered that public law course is also quite hard to find in the UK. If anyone knew of any courses that offer modules which are concerned with this subject, please recommend me. Thank you in advance.

Also, I would like to know my chance to get into Masters. Now I've only got high 2.2. Would it be possible to get into uni like Bristol or Queen Mary if my third year has not been improved. Thank you.

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I'm not really sure what kinds of courses one would study in the domain of "public economic law."

If I were you, I would consider what it really is you want to do with your degree, and what you want to learn, and see if there's another concentration that might suit you.

Even the domain of public law is quite broad: it comprises subdisciplines like administrative law, tax law, regulations, etc. Again, you might need to think hard about what you're looking for and what you want to do with the LLM before narrowing down schools.
I'm not really sure what kinds of courses one would study in the domain of "public economic law."

If I were you, I would consider what it really is you want to do with your degree, and what you want to learn, and see if there's another concentration that might suit you.

Even the domain of public law is quite broad: it comprises subdisciplines like administrative law, tax law, regulations, etc. Again, you might need to think hard about what you're looking for and what you want to do with the LLM before narrowing down schools.
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