School's sixth specialized LL.M. program begins this year

Australian National University (ANU) College of Law in Canberra is offering a new LL.M. specialization in International Security Law beginning this year.

According to the law school, the new program is designed for "any student, whether Australian or international, who wishes to develop knowledge and expertise necessary to consider and critically examine future security challenges within international and transnational legal frameworks." The new program is "also relevant to the Australian Public Service, where there has been an enormous expansion in national and international security agencies over the past decade."

For non-law graduates, the program is available as a Master of International Security Law.

For more information about the new program, please visit the ANU International Security Law LL.M. program website.

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