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Melbourne, Australia 185 Followers 101 Discussions
Melbourne Law School The online LLM (Global Competition and Consumer Law) is one of only a few courses in the world, that covers every major aspect of policy, law, economics and institutions in this field from multiple perspectives: government, practitioner, business and enforcement. If you are looking to establish or advance your expertise in the area of global competition and consumer law - this course is for you.

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.), Master of Banking and Finance Law, Master of Commercial Law, Master of Construction Law, Master of Employment and La... more…

Distance Learning: Master of Global Competition and Consumer Law, LL.M. in Global Competition and Consumer Law more…

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Sydney, Australia 158 Followers 107 Discussions
Sydney The University of Sydney Law School is ranked 12th in the world.* As the digital age reshapes the very nature of work, our postgraduate programs will provide you with specialist knowledge for a globalised legal environment. *2019 QS World University Rankings by subject.

Full-Time: LL.M., Master of Business Law, Master of Taxation (MTax), Master of International Law, Master of Health Law (MHL) more…

By Research: Postgraduate Research Programs more…

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Auckland, New Zealand 80 Followers 5 Discussions
Auckland New Zealand’s leading law school, ranked 29th in the world, located in the heart of the county’s largest city. Offering a Master of Laws for those pursuing a legal career in New Zealand or internationally. Specialise in Corporate and Commercial, Environmental, Human Rights, International, Litigation and Dispute Resolution or Public Law. Flexible study options allow full, part-time and intensive study during and after business hours. Scholarships available for international students.

Full-Time: Master of Laws LL.M., Master of Legal Studies (MLS) more…

By Research: Master of Laws LL.M., Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) more…

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Sydney, Australia 107 Followers 61 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.) more…

By Research: Master of Laws by Research, Doctor of Philosophy more…

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Brisbane, Australia 26 Followers 31 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.), Master of International Law, Master of International Commercial Law more…

Dual Degree: Master of International Relations / Master of International Law, Master of International Commercial Law / Commerce more…

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Melbourne, Australia 29 Followers 51 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.), Master of Commercial Law, Master of Dispute Resolution, Master of Government Law and Regulatory Practice, Master of... more…

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Wellington, New Zealand 14 Followers 7 Discussions
Victoria University of Wellington • Gain an advanced qualification from one of the world’s top 50 law schools (2017 QS World University Rankings by Subject) • Learn from internationally renowned scholars and become part of a global network • Dedicated LLM scholarships are available for international students • Opportunity to include an internship as part of your programme: work with a community, government or private sector organisation under the joint supervision of a Faculty member and a professional mentor

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.) more…

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Canberra, Australia 30 Followers 43 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LLM) more…

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