New program set to begin in autumn 2011

The University of Nottingham School of Law has announced it will be launching a new Masters (MA) program in International Law, Security and Terrorism beginning in September 2011.

The program will be offered jointly with the univerity's School of Politics and International Relations. According to the law school, the MA is designed to give students "in-depth study...of international law, security and terrorism from both political and legal perspectives."

For more information, please visit the law school website.

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