Bristol Announces New LL.M. in Employment, Work and Equality

Program to examine the impact of law, regulation, policy and practice on work and equality

The UK's University of Bristol has announced plans to launch a new LL.M. program in Employment, Work and Equality.

The new program, which is part of the school's Centre for Law at Work, aims to help students understand the complexity of employment law, regulation, and policy, with an eye towards social justice.

The LL.M. will include two compulsory modules: "Individual Employment Rights" and "Collective Labour Law," which will provide a foundation for understanding the legal issues involved in these fields.

Students may then select elective units from roster of related classes, such as  International Law of Labour and Social Rights, Migration and Work and Philosophical Foundations of Labour and Employment Law.

The program will also include a dissertation component, where students will look in-depth at a topic of their choice, under instruction from a faculty member.

Bristol's new LL.M. in Employment, Work and Equality is set to launch this September, in both full- and part-time options.

You can read more about the program on the LL.M. in Employment, Work and Equality webpage.

You can also read more about the school and its LL.M. programs on Bristol's Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.

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