The UCL Faculty of Laws, the law school of University College London, welcomed its new LLM Class rich of diverse students from all around the world. The students joined the community of some of the most ambitious graduate students from across the globe who have the opportunity to learn from legal experts and gain expertise in various specialized areas.
The Class 2018-2019 was welcomed with plenty of activities and events during the induction week. The students had the opportunity to meet the UCL Laws academic staff and listen to lectures on lawyers’ ethics, global credit crisis, nationalism and identity, and other law topics.
The students were also presented with sessions on study skills, and enjoyed various campus tours and social events. They also participated in team-building activities, one of which entailed building towers from spaghetti. As funny as it sounds, that and other activities brought the students closer together and enabled them to get to know one another better. They even participated in an exciting treasure hunt around the campus.
The UCL Faculty of Laws is one of the leading law schools on the planet that is ranked 8th globally in the 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings for Law. The research-oriented university offers a top LLM program, where students can explore a variety of taught modules and learn about commercial law, corporate law, environmental law, human rights law, and many other areas of legal research. They can also choose to specialize in a particular area of legal research.