The University of Glasgow Law School has announced a new, part-time Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and LL.M. program in Contemporary Law and Practice that will begin in January 2011.
According to the university, the program is designed "particularly for those who wish to combine further study with full time employment in the legal or other professions."
Students will be able to complete the program to certificate (60 credits), diploma (120 credits), or LL.M. (120 credits + dissertation) level, and have five years to complete any of the above qualifications. Courses are delivered in short, intensive blocks.
For more information, please visit the program website. For more information about all of the LL.M. programs available at the University of Glasgow, please see their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.
New, part-time program offers flexibility for working professionals
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