New program set to begin in September 2009 pending validation

The School of Law at the University of Surrey in Guildford, England has announced the launch of a new International Commercial Law LL.M. program set to begin in September 2009 (pending validation).

According to the university, students on the new program "will develop a critical appreciation of the law and policy of EC external trade, gain a deeper knowledge of the regulatory frameworks and criminal law provisions which impact upon Commercial organisations and be able to understand and evaluate how the law operates in both corporate and personal insolvency."

For more information, please visit the law school website.

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