New offerings designed to appeal to students interested in international law

Bangor University's Bangor Law School in Wales will be introducing a new lineup of LL.M. programs this fall. According to the law school, the new, specialized offerings were designed for internationally minded postgraduate students.

The new programs include an LL.M. in International Law, which can be taken as a general program, or with possible specializations in European Law, Global Trade Law, International Criminal Law and International Human Rights Law. The school is also offering LL.M. programs in International Intellectual Property Law, Law and Banking, Law and Criminology, Public Law and Devolved Governments, International Commercial and Business Law, and Public Procurement Law and Strategy.

For more information, please visit the Bangor Law School website.

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