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LLM in Law and Economics
LLM in Law and Economics

An LLM in Law and Economics offers students a distinctive education in the broad areas of law and economics. It teaches students how to address the very latest challenges in the law and economics of competition, market supervision and economic regulation and to understand how they relate to corporate governance. From the increasing power of multinational corporations to the commercialization of healthcare, the LLM in Law and Economics program covers a series of complex multidimensional problems. Today, governments, regulatory agencies, businesses, law firms and non-profit organizations face difficult questions – and to answer them, they need lawyers who are capable of understanding and applying economic theory.

The goal of the LLM in Law and Economics program is to provide you with a solid foundation in the use of economic analysis as a means of analyzing law and legal problems, using an integrated structure suitable for graduates of either Law or Economics.

University College London (UCL)

University College London (UCL)

England, United Kingdom

UCL was formed in 1826 and was the first university institution to be founded in London. UCL is today the leading multidisciplinary university in London, and has some 8,000 staff and 22,000 students, making it the largest of London University's colleges. Overseas students account for a third of students.

Programms

  1. Banking / Finance / Securities
  2. Business / Corporate / Commercial Law
  3. Comparative Law
  4. Competition Law / Antitrust / Unfair Competition
  5. Criminal Law / Criminal Justice / Criminology
  6. Employment Law / Labour Law / Social Security Law
  7. Environmental Law
  8. European Law
  9. Family Law
  10. General LL.M. Programs
  11. Human Rights
  12. Insolvency / Bankruptcy / Liquidation
  13. Intellectual Property (IP) Law
  14. International Business Transactions / Conflict of Laws
  15. International Law
  16. International Trade Law
  17. Law and Economics
  18. Legal Theory
  19. Maritime Law
  20. Other
  21. Public International Law / International Organizations
  22. Securities Regulation
University of Melbourne

University of Melbourne

Australia

UCL was formed in 1826 and was the first university institution to be founded in London. UCL is today the leading multidisciplinary university in London, and has some 8,000 staff and 22,000 students, making it the largest of London University's colleges. Overseas students account for a third of students.

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
Queen Mary, University of London

Queen Mary, University of London

England, United Kingdom

UCL was formed in 1826 and was the first university institution to be founded in London. UCL is today the leading multidisciplinary university in London, and has some 8,000 staff and 22,000 students, making it the largest of London University's colleges. Overseas students account for a third of students.

Programms

  1. Banking / Finance / Securities
  2. Business / Corporate / Commercial Law
  3. Competition Law / Antitrust / Unfair Competition
  4. Dispute Resolution
  5. Entertainment Law
  6. Environmental Law
  7. European Law
  8. General LL.M. Programs
  9. Health Law / Medical Law
  10. Human Rights
  11. Information Technology (IT) Law
  12. Intellectual Property (IP) Law
  13. International Business Transactions / Conflict of Laws
  14. Law and Economics
  15. Legal History
  16. Public International Law / International Organizations
  17. Public Law / Administrative Law / Regulation
  18. Tax Law / Taxation

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.

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