The University of Bristol School of Law will launch an LL.M. program in International Commercial Law this fall.
Bristol expects that the new LL.M. "will appeal to students from overseas and to students who wish to combine their areas of specialism," according to the school's LL.M. webpage.
The curriculum will cover a wide range of topics related to private international law and commercial law. Course options include classes like "European Contract Law," "International Public Contract Law," "International Dispute Settlement," and "International Law and the Use of Force," among others.
With the new program, Bristol joins a number of other law schools in the UK offering specialized LL.M.s in International Commercial Law. Similar options are offered by Birmingham Law School, the University of Glasgow, and the University of Surrey.
Bristol's LL.M. in International Commercial Law is set to launch this September. For more information, please see Bristol's LL.M. overview page; for a complete list of course options see the school's LL.M. in International Commercial Law program structure page.
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