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University of Newcastle

University of Newcastle

Australia, Australia

Built on the principles of equity, excellence and engagement, the University of Newcastle has a reputation as a world-class institution making an impact within its own region, throughout Australia and across the globe.

Programms

  1. Air and Space Law
  2. Business / Corporate / Commercial Law
  3. Competition Law / Antitrust / Unfair Competition
  4. Contract Law / Private Law
  5. Environmental Law
  6. Family Law
  7. Human Rights
  8. Other
  9. Public International Law / International Organizations
  10. Public Law / Administrative Law / Regulation
McGill University

McGill University

Canada

Built on the principles of equity, excellence and engagement, the University of Newcastle has a reputation as a world-class institution making an impact within its own region, throughout Australia and across the globe.

Programms

  1. Air and Space Law
  2. Biotechnology
  3. Comparative Law
  4. Environmental Law
  5. European Law
  6. General LL.M. Programs
Leiden University

Leiden University

Netherlands

Built on the principles of equity, excellence and engagement, the University of Newcastle has a reputation as a world-class institution making an impact within its own region, throughout Australia and across the globe.

Programms

  1. Air and Space Law
  2. Business / Corporate / Commercial Law
  3. Criminal Law / Criminal Justice / Criminology
  4. European Law
  5. Public International Law / International Organizations
  6. Tax Law / Taxation
LLM in Air and Space Law
LLM in Air and Space Law

An LLM Air and Space Law program is an example of a specialised program in which an LLM can provide an advantage when pursuing a career in a particular field. The LLM Air and Space Law program most often provides an international perspective on Public Air Law, Private Air Law and Space Law.

Generally, an LLM Air and Space Law is often specifically designed for graduates and legal practitioners pursuing careers in law firms or in consulting firms engaged in aviation and Space Law practice. Some prior knowledge of air and/or space law is certainly an asset, but is not normally required. An LLM Air and Space Law is also intended for international legal practitioners in law firms, private companies (e.g. airlines, aircraft parts manufacturers), civil aviation authorities, telecommunication authorities, international and regional organisations and representatives from various governments who wish to specialise in the area of air and space law. Both a full-time and distance learning version of the program may be available.

In most cases, the focus of the program is a mixture of public air law, private air law and space law. Normally, admission to an LLM Air and Space Law program is limited to a finite number of students. Since an LLM Air and Space Law is extremely specialised, most institutions prefer to limit student intake to be able to devote sufficient time to each student and provide time for in-depth class discussions.

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