LLM Planning and Environmental Law at Northumbria


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Hi, I am wondering is there any other LLM courses specialized in land use and planning from a common law school. I understand that in the states that there are several environmental law courses that offer land use modules, but they tend to focus on the environmental issues more than land use, and they are not based on the common law legal education (I just prefer common law just because of the jurisdiction I plan to practice is based on the common law system).

Anyone who have comments on the LLM Planning and Environmental Law at Northumbria please leave a comment. Thanks!

Hi, I am wondering is there any other LLM courses specialized in land use and planning from a common law school. I understand that in the states that there are several environmental law courses that offer land use modules, but they tend to focus on the environmental issues more than land use, and they are not based on the common law legal education (I just prefer common law just because of the jurisdiction I plan to practice is based on the common law system).

Anyone who have comments on the LLM Planning and Environmental Law at Northumbria please leave a comment. Thanks!
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Hi, guys I would like to know how would you judge a new llm programme when it is offered for the first time. The programme I'm interest in is LLM in Planning and Environment at Northumbria University, it specialize in planning, and environmental modules could be taken as options.

I am interested in planning land use law, and it seems that only Northumbria University in the UK offers a LLM specialization in it.

There are other US LLM specialized in land use offered by more reputable law schools, but I am reluctant to apply because the tuition fee is a bit high, and part time distance learning is more suitable for me as I could work full time at the same time. Osgoode Hall law school used to offer a distance learning llm in municipal law (also covering planning law as well) but it seems to have stopped offering.

I have been emailing the course director of the LLM in Planning and Environment at Northumbria, he seems to be very helpful in answering my questions, but I am still not sure a LLM specialized in planning law worths investing. Anyone would like to comment?

Hi, guys I would like to know how would you judge a new llm programme when it is offered for the first time. The programme I'm interest in is LLM in Planning and Environment at Northumbria University, it specialize in planning, and environmental modules could be taken as options.

I am interested in planning land use law, and it seems that only Northumbria University in the UK offers a LLM specialization in it.

There are other US LLM specialized in land use offered by more reputable law schools, but I am reluctant to apply because the tuition fee is a bit high, and part time distance learning is more suitable for me as I could work full time at the same time. Osgoode Hall law school used to offer a distance learning llm in municipal law (also covering planning law as well) but it seems to have stopped offering.

I have been emailing the course director of the LLM in Planning and Environment at Northumbria, he seems to be very helpful in answering my questions, but I am still not sure a LLM specialized in planning law worths investing. Anyone would like to comment?
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