One-year program would represent faculty's first specialized LL.M.

Although not yet formally launched, the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law has announced plans to begin a Corporate LL.M. (CLL.M.) program in autumn 2012.

According to the university, the nine-month, full-time program will consist mostly of coursework "specially designed and tailored for students taking the CLL.M. degree but students will also have the opportunity to study a 'core' corporate subject taught as part of the LL.M."

The program was designed for lawyers "embarking upon a career in corporate law, financial services law and transactional legal practice."

For more information, please visit the Cambridge Faculty of Law website.

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