LLM Programs in Bankruptcy Law / Insolvency Law
Full-Time: General LL.M., Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.) more
Enhance your academic profile for practice or research. Nottingham Law School is one of the largest full service university law schools in the UK, supporting students through every stage of legal training from undergraduate through to Masters, research, professional and practitioner courses. The School has an unrivalled reputation for providing innovative postgraduate level courses and training. We offer a flexible approach to postgraduate study which allows you to ‘build’ an LLM programme to suit your specialisms and interests, for example an LLM in a single subject, a joint LLM, or an LLM with a major and minor subject.
Full-Time: LLM in Law (General), LLM in Corporate and Insolvency Law, LLM in Health Law and Ethics, LLM in Human Rights and Justice, LLM in Intellectua... more
Part-Time: LLM in Commercial Intellectual Property more
Distance Learning: LLM in Corporate and Insolvency Law, LLM in International Trade and Commercial Law, LLM in Oil, Gas and Mining Law, LLM in Legal Practice more
Dual Degree: LLM in Corporate and Insolvency Law / European and Insolvency Law more
Full-Time: LL.M. in European Law, Dual LL.M. in Corporate and Insolvency Law more
Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.), LL.M. in Comparative Law, Master of Laws (LL.M.) in French and European Business Law, Master of German Laws (LL.M.) more
Full-Time: LL.M. in Bankruptcy more
Becoming a Renaissance Lawyer in a Bankruptcy LL.M. Program
By Emily Cataneo on Apr 07, 2015
Bankruptcy lawyers need to dabble in all legal areas to be successful. But why are specialized programs in the field seeing decreased enrollment?