Two programs offer students choice of law school's areas of specialization

This autumn, Kent Law School (KLS) at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England, is offering two new LL.M. programs: the LL.M. in Law and the Combined Title LL.M.

The LL.M. in Law allows students to choose any of the six taught LL.M. modules at KLS. The Combined Title LL.M. allows students to create a major and minor specialization, choosing two subjects of their choice, including Criminal Justice, Environmental Law, European Law, International Commercial Law, and Medical Law.

For more information about these and other LL.M. programs at Kent Law School, please visit their website or their full LLM GUIDE profile.

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