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LLM in Construction Law
LLM in Construction Law

Most LLM in Construction Law programs examine construction practice from a legal perspective, including detailed consideration of construction contracts, tortious and multi-party liability, insurance, dispute resolution, procurement, and the environment.

Generally, the majority of programs are at aimed both at practicing construction and surveying professionals and lawyers who aspire to provide more effective expertise in Construction Law and related areas.

For the most part, in the program, construction contracts, and the law behind them, are subjected to detailed analysis, in tandem with a comparative analysis of the approach taken from a wide range of standard form contracts, to evaluate and comment on risk allocations. In addition, the roles and responsibilities of the construction professional will be dealt with in detail, encompassing issues and risks arising from performance of contract administration, design, cost and environmental assessment. In addition to these aspects, an LLM in Construction Law considers supplementary features of construction related legal mechanisms and procedures, including the sharing of liability between project participants, privity of contract (including collateral warranties and the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999), assignment, novation, limitation and insurance.

To put it briefly, an LLM in Construction Law allows practitioners to perform and communicate legal analysis with confidence and precision in relation to any aspect of mainstream construction practice.

University of Melbourne

University of Melbourne

Australia

The University of Melbourne is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world, with its international peers placing it in the top 20 worldwide, and employers placing it in the top 10. In the prestigious 2012 Times Higher Education rankings of the world’s top 200 universities, Melbourne ranked top in Australia and 28th in the world and no. 1 in Australia.

Programms

  1. Banking / Finance / Securities
  2. Construction Law
  3. Employment Law / Labour Law / Social Security Law
  4. General LL.M. Programs
  5. Health Law / Medical Law
  6. Intellectual Property (IP) Law
  7. Law and Economics
  8. Other
  9. Public International Law / International Organizations
  10. Tax Law / Taxation
University of Strathclyde

University of Strathclyde

Scotland, United Kingdom

The University of Melbourne is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world, with its international peers placing it in the top 20 worldwide, and employers placing it in the top 10. In the prestigious 2012 Times Higher Education rankings of the world’s top 200 universities, Melbourne ranked top in Australia and 28th in the world and no. 1 in Australia.

Programms

  1. Construction Law
  2. Human Rights
  3. Other
  4. Telecommunications Law

Legal English for LLM Students

This course is designed with the specific needs of LLM students in mind. It teaches over 750 terms essential for successful postgraduate legal studies in English, and also includes invaluable study tips, exercises designed to train your academic legal skills development and reading, writing, listening and speaking practice. The texts are all taken from common law legal systems and provide an indispensable introduction to common law legal systems.

Legal English for LLM Students

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