New LL.M.s to address topics in intellectual property law and energy law

Scotland's University of Aberdeen School of Law will launch three new LL.M. programs in 2016. Here's a quick run-down of the new programs:

The Intellectual Property Law LL.M. will cover topics in commercializing innovation and dealing with works of art and cultural heritage. This program will feature start dates in January and September.

The Energy and Environment with Professional Skills LL.M. program will address the areas of law that are becoming more important as countries meet increasing energy demands but must also manage environmental issues like climate change. This LL.M. will feature a September start date.

And finally, the LL.M. program in Energy Law with Professional Skills will also cover the legal implications of meeting increasing energy demands, but with an eye towards investments. This program will feature a September start date.

All three programs will launch in September 2016.

For more information, please see the University of Aberdeen's press release announcing the launch of the three new LL.M. programs.

You can also read more about the school at University of Aberdeen's Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.

Image: "Taylor Building (University of Aberdeen) The central courtyard..." by Bill Harrison / CC BY-SA 2.0

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