The University of Warwick's School of Law will launch a specialized LL.M. in International Commercial Law in 2017, according to the school's website.
The new LL.M. will explore how law affects large commercial deals and how policy and ethical questions operate within a commercial context.
To complete the specialization, students must complete a "Context" module as well as three "International Law" modules. Warwick offers a variety of International Law modules, covering topics in international corporate finance, international commercial litigation, and international labor law, among others.
The remaining courses can be chosen from other module offerings.
Warwick's new LL.M. in International Commercial Law will be offered beginning in October 2017.
For more information, please see Warwick's LL.M. in International Commercial Law course webpage.