Programs to focus on arbitration & dispute resolution, money laundering

Dubai

The University of Dubai is now accepting applications for its two new LL.M. tracks.

The new LL.M. programs focus on Arbitration & Dispute Resolution (ADR) and Financial Crimes & Money Laundering (FCML). Each program is delivered in 15-week modules over one year. Admission is open to both law and non-law graduates.

According to the LL.M. webpage, the programs will help prepare students for careers in a variety of fields, including in "B2B online firms firms challenged with new federal laws," commercial courts in Dubai, and in the legal departments of financial institutions.

For more information or to apply, please see the University of Dubai's LL.M. course webpage.

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