Sustainable Development and Int'l Economic Law programs could begin in 2009

University of Strathclyde Glasgow is planning to introduce two new LL.M. programs in International Law and Sustainable Development and International Economic Law. Strathclyde says that these programs could be available as early as 2009-10, pending university approval.

The International Law and Sustainable Development LL.M. program will be geared toward students without a first degree in law who plan to work in international development sector. The International Economic Law LL.M. program will examine the "key institutions, structures, rules and principles of the world trading system." 

For more information about these programs, please visit the Strathclyde website. For more on the other LL.M. programs on offer at Strathclyde, please visit their full LLM GUIDE directory profile

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