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Rijkuniversiteit Groningen
Faculty of Law
Groningen, Netherlands

The Faculty of Law in Groningen offers one-year LLM programmes, fully taught in English. All programmes comprise of six courses, a seminar and the writing of a Master's thesis. Successful completion of these elements with a minimum of 60 credits. Students are always allowed to take more credits if they so wish.
The Faculty offers the following English-taught master programmes:
- LLM in Criminal Law and Criminology
This programme provides you with more than just international criminal law: all aspects of criminal law are part of the programme plus a criminological component.
Core courses: Proof, Evidence and Law, Comparative Criminal Law, International Criminal Tribunals, International...

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Institute for Law and Finance
Goethe University Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

A.) LL.M. Finance
B.) LL.M. International Finance for Graduates from Asia (especially mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) (starting in October 2014)

A.) Master of Laws in Finance (LL.M. Finance)
Coursework
In order to obtain the LL.M. Finance, students must have:
* a minimum of 40 credit points through coursework. Credit points are obtained by fulfilling the requirements of each course (e.g. prepared attendance, presentations and exams).
* a total of 10 graded courses for the year. To receive a grade for a course, you will have to attend the class regularly AND have to pass the appropriate examination(s).

Master’s Thesis
Students must submit a thesis of approximately 50...

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Case Western Reserve University
School of Law
Cleveland, Ohio, USA

The Master of Laws degree is a one-year, full-time program designed to give graduates of foreign law schools an opportunity to study the U.S. legal system, intellectual property, and international law and trade, and to become truly capable lawyers in the 21st century's global economy. Our LL.M. stuents have access to 170+ JD courses, as well as courses especially designed for the needs of the LL.M. students. Our students, who come from 70 countries, form a close-knit community and become involved in law school activities with their JD classmates. LL.M. students benefit from individual attention and guidance in a family atmosphere. Our LL.M. students receive comprehensive instruction...

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Boston College
Law School
Newton, Massachusetts, USA

The Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree program is designed to immerse participants in the intricacies and flavor of the United States legal system, and help prepare them for the challenges of work in an increasingly global legal community. In this sense, it is directed primarily to lawyers and law graduates trained outside of the U.S. However, we also welcome applications from experienced U.S.-trained lawyers who may uniquely benefit from advanced work here. Our LL.M. students receive the individualized attention that comes from participation in a small program (15 to 20 students per year), but also are full members of a broader community of future leaders in legal practice, government, NGOs...

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Heidelberg University - Heidelberg Center for Latin AmericaSantiago de Chile, Chile

Master of Laws in International Law (LL.M.int.)
-Investments, Trade and Arbitration –
www.llm-int.uni-hd.de

The Program is offered by the Faculties of Law of the University of Heidelberg and the University of Chile, with the academic support of the Max-Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law and of the Institute of International Studies of the University of Chile.

The Program aims mainly at offering a comprehensive analysis of current and prospective trends in the field of international law in an era of globalization, as well as in that of international trade and investments, and in the methods for arbitration and settlement of disputes in these areas...

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University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
School of Law
Los Angeles, California, USA

LL.M. students attend classes full-time for one nine-month academic year, commencing in mid-August with a Fall semester of thirteen weeks. The LL.M. Program begins one week prior to the start of classes with a short summer course, American Law in a Global Context, designed exclusively for LL.M. students who do not hold a prior U.S. law degree. Following final examinations and Winter Break in December, classes resume in early January for the second and final thirteen-week semester, which concludes with Law School Commencement in mid-May.

Twenty-two (22) units of credit, over two semesters, are required to obtain the LL.M. degree. Students may enroll in a minimum of eight (8) and a maximum...

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University of Queensland
TC Beirne School of Law
Brisbane, Australia

Students must complete 8 courses (16 units) from the LLM course list. You may choose from a wide range of subject areas or you may choose to focus your study in one of the nine specialist areas: corporate; commercial; estates; alternative dispute resolution; science & technology; environment, energy & resources; public sector; or international business.

University of Waikato
Law School
Hamilton, New Zealand

There are several ways to conduct research for your postgraduate degree at Waikato.

The Master of Laws has a flexible programme structure and suits the objective of a number of students; those who seek to upgrade their skills and knowledge through specialist taught papers, those who wish to combine taught papers with a significant piece of independent research or those students who wish to engage is research only.

Students who have already demonstrated strength in independent research may be permitted to complete the degree by thesis only, an alternative which comprises an advanced investigation under the guidance of a supervisor. It is, therefore, appropriate for a student who wishes...

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University of Auckland
The Faculty of Law
Auckland, New Zealand

The Master of Laws (LLM) degree is designed to provide an advanced level of study for full-time students, legal practitioners and other students engaged in full- or part-time employment. Students may concentrate their study in particular areas of specialisation, or study a broad range of legal subjects. Currently the areas of specialisation comprise of Corporate and Commercial Law, Environmental Law, Human Rights Law, International Law, Litigation and Disputes Resolution, and Public Law.

The Auckland LLM programme draws together distinguished overseas teachers to teach intensive courses. By calling on the world’s leading law teachers from a range of top law schools and the considerable...

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