New concentrations available on full- or part-time basis

The University of Manchester School of Law is launching new LL.M. programs this Fall in Public International Law, Security and International Law, and International Dispute Resolution.
 
All three programs are available as full-time (12 months) or part-time (27 months) programs. The Security and International Law concentration is also available as an MA (Master of Arts) program, for students without a first degree in law.
 
Manchester now offers ten LL.M. concentrations, along with a number of other postgraduate law programs.
 
For more information, please visit the Manchester Law website or their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.

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