This fall, Oxford Brookes University's School of Law will launch a new LL.M program in International Law, Globalisation and Development.
The program will address a range of contemporary topics related to globalization and development, including food security, post-conflict and transitional countries, foreign investment and conflicts over energy and resources.
The LL.M.'s curriculum will include classes in European Union Law, International Intellectual Property Law, and Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility, among others.
Interested applicants are normally required to have (or expecting) a first or upper-second class honors degree or its equivalent from a non-UK university.
For more information, please see Oxford Brookes' LL.M in International Law, Globalisation and Development program webpage.
You can read more about Oxford Brookes' LL.M. program on the school's full profile on LLM GUIDE.
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