Flexible course can be completed in 15 months; involves two residence periods

In January, the Dundee Law School at the University of Dundee started a new distance learning LL.M. program in International Dispute Resolution. The course will involve two five-day, on-campus residential periods for practical negotiation and mediation skills. Diploma or certificate options in this field are also available.

The LL.M. course can take anywhere from 15 months to 5 years to complete, depending on the student's desired pace.

For more information about this and other courses at Dundee Law School, please visit their website or full LLM GUIDE directory listing.

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