One-year LL.M. course to make use of school's proximity to financial center of London

City University London will be offering a new LL.M. in International Commercial Law, beginning in 2006. Those participating in the one-year course will be able to take a broad range of courses, including international tax, international banking law, European business regulation, and world trade law. Students will also have access to the "City Insider Programme," a series of lectures and excursions led by a senior City of London commercial banker.

For more information, please visit the City University Law School website.

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