Beginning this fall, the Nottingham Law School at Nottingham Trent University will launch a new Online LL.M. program in Legal Education.
The program is primarily aimed at those working in the legal education space, including in the legal sector, at universities, or in the private sector.
According to a statement from the law school, the new LL.M. will help participants to "explore and develop theory and innovative practice; create momentum in development of research into legal education; obtain support for their work in design, delivery and evaluation; and encourage the development of legal education in all contexts and across multiple jurisdictions, including common law, civil law and hybrid models."
Nottingham expects to recruit between 20-25 students for the inaugural intake of the Online LL.M. in Legal Education. To apply for the program, candidates should have a degree and be working in legal education in some context. Those whose first language is not English will need to demonstrate language proficiency.
The new program is set to launch in September. For more information, please see Nottingham's Online LL.M. in Legal Education program webpage.
Nottingham offers a range of other online LL.M. programs, including one focused on Corporate and Insolvency Law and another on Oil, Gas, and Mining Law. For more information, please see the school's Full Profile on LLM GUIDE.
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