Two-hour virtual session to feature faculty member and admissions staff

Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL) School of Law will be hosting an online chat about its  for prospective students interested in the school's LL.M. in Environmental Law on March 31 from 11am-1pm (GMT). On the chat will feature faculty member Rebecca Gates, who will teach the program's "International Natural Resources Law" module next year. 
 
Participants can also chat with admissions officer Samantha Heffernan and law marketing manager Nichole Carpenter  regarding practical issues, such as admissions criteria, how to apply, fees, and the structure of LL.M. program.
 
Registration for the online chat is necessary, and can be done here.
 
The School of Law will shortly be announcing several other online chat sessions with academics spread across the 21 LL.M. specializations offered at QMUL.

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