New, full-time program to begin near Manchester in 2010

Salford Law School at the University of Salford near Manchester, England has announced it will begin a new LL.M. program in International Business Law and Regulation beginning in 2010.

According to the university, the new, one-year, full-time program "is designed to immerse the post-graduate student in more detailed aspects of commercial and regulatory law, as well as developing legal research skills in a general way."

Salford also now offers a Construction Law & Practice LL.M. by distance learning.

For more information about these and other programs, please visit the Salford Law School website.

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