LLM in European Business Law offered by consortium of nine universities

The Pallas Programme in its entirety has relocated to the University of Essex in the U.K., one of the founding members of the Pallas Consortium, and a leading British University.

Professor Sheldon Leader, Chairman of the Pallas Consortium, who is based at Essex said: "We are delighted to have Pallas at Essex where our proximity to London will enable us to continue Pallas’ unique blend of business practice with academia which has been of considerable benefit to our graduates. Strong interactions with practice are a unique feature of Pallas and prepare Pallas graduates for a successful entry into European legal world in a way no other programme does."

The Pallas curriculum offers a one-year LL.M Advanced European Business Law program in English on a full-time basis from September until the end of June and is located in the University of Essex, Colchester in the UK. This program has been developed under the responsibility of nine cooperating European universities and has existed since 1995.

For more information about the Pallas LL.M. in European Business Law, please visit its full listing on LLM GUIDE.

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