New one-year, full-time programs begin this Fall

The University of Southampton Law School is launching two new LL.M. programs beginning in Fall 2013: an Insurance Law LL.M. and Finance Law LL.M.

Both programs will be offered full-time over one year at Southampton's Highfield campus in Southampton.

The Insurance Law program, led by Johanna Hjalmarsson, includes two mandatory modules (Insurance Law and Marine Insurance), plus two elective modules. The Finance LL.M. will be led by Alastair Hudson, and will be based on the structure of the latest edition of his book, The Law of Finance.

For more information, please visit Southampton's Finance Law LL.M. and Insurance Law LL.M. program websites.

 

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