New program focuses on Comparative & European Private International Law

The University of Dundee, School of Law has announced a new Joint LL.M. in Comparative & European Private International Law with the University of Toulouse in France.

Students will divide their time between Scotland and France, and will focus on the common law and civil law approaches to private international law in the era of globalization.

The "Dundee Joint LLM" starts in January 2011. Students spend the spring and summer trimesters in Scotland, undertaking 2 modules and completing a 15,000-word dissertation before going to Toulouse in September, where they will take up to 5 modules and complete an extended essay reviewing their Dundee dissertation from a civil law perspective.

The "Toulouse Joint" LLM starts in September 2010, with students coming to Scotland in January 2011.

For further information see the program website or contact Fiona Clark at f.j.clark@dundee.ac.uk.

For information about Dundee Law School’s other LL.M. programs, please see their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.

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