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.

Comments


Related Law Schools

Salford, United Kingdom 3 Followers 3 Discussions

More LLM News

A Consortium of Law Schools to Hold a Virtual LL.M. Fair in April

Mar 24, 2021

More LLM News

LLM Articles

How Corporations are Luring LL.M. Graduates In-House

Apr 02, 2021

Corporate roles are seen as more dynamic and diverse than law firm work, while the work-life balance is often better

Medical Technology Gives Healthcare LL.M.s a Shot in the Arm

Mar 17, 2021

Digital transformation has risen up the business agenda, and sustainability and purpose have taken on renewed importance

Demand for LL.M. Cybersecurity Graduates Outstrips Supply

Mar 10, 2021

Lawyers provide a crucial line of defense in assessing, managing and mitigating the legal and regulatory risks in the internet age

More Articles

Related Top 10 Lists

More Top 10 Lists