LLM Degrees in Czech Republic

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LLM

LLM is a postgraduate degree in law which is recognized all over the world. It is designed mostly, but not only for students of law who would like to focus their attention on a specific area of interest. These might include for instance international law, tax law, environmental law, human rights law or banking law. Some of the newly emerging and already highly popular areas of study comprise for example criminal law, European law or intellectual property law. To obtain this degree, students are usually enrolled full time for a period of one year.


Taking the LLM in the Czech Republic will allow students to experience academic excellence in a country which is known for its high quality education worldwide. Having established the first university in Central Europe already in 1348, the Czech Republic has always taken pride in its focus on quality education. Moreover, thanks to its location in the geographical and cultural heart of Europe, it has always enjoyed first-hand contact with the latest developments and innovative ideas. Studying an LLM in the Czech Republic consists of both research and coursework, thus enabling students to advance their academic credentials. Having completed an LLM in Czech Republic, students will be able to choose from a variety of career opportunities ranging from private law firms to multinational companies.


You can learn more about an LLM in the Czech Republic by reading through the programs below!

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Master in International and European Law

Palacky University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Czech Republic Olomouc

Key features 2 years programme (3 semesters full-time/in-class courses + 1 semester of dissertation preparation) [+]

Master of Laws Programs in Czech Republic 2017. Key features 2 years programme (3 semesters full-time/in-class courses + 1 semester of dissertation preparation) state-accredited Master´s degree programme possibility to spend part of the study at one of our 40 Erasmus+ Partner institutions close contact with professors and stimulating environment scholarship opportunities for outstanding students The programme is: modern and unique … it prepares students to reflect and critically analyse current legal and political trends of international and European law it provides a challenging and innovative focus on both International and European law and their mutual interaction comprehensive … it addresses a whole range of general as well as specific topics and profoundly examines their interaction it offers students an inclusive knowledge of crucial subjects, fosters their critical thinking and enhances practical legal skills tailored and specialised … it enables students to choose from a broad range of elective and optional courses it allows students to develop new levels of creativity in cross-cutting areas of the law (e.g. human rights protection; environmental law, institutional law) student-oriented … it is a medium sized programme with convenient study groups that stimulate interaction among students and Faculty it offers a number of scholarships for qualifying students (read more) it provides the guidance of an advisor who to assist with organization of academic and other activities it includes a wide variety of support services (read more) and extracurricular activities (read more) internationally oriented … it offers a unique, rewarding and stimulating international climate as it welcomes students from various countries around the world it presents the opportunity to spend a part of the studies within a very special network of Erasmus+ partner institutions across Europe and other institutions around the world the Faculty and academic staff have extensive international teaching and research experience with a deep appreciation for cultural diversity selected courses are taught by additional international experts from academia and practice in cutting-edge areas of the law International, National And Regional Career Opportunities For The Future Diverse, challenging opportunities are available for graduates ready to achieve their professional goals and this includes practice at all levels, work with government agencies and positions in international organizations as well as in administration, business, development, finance, investment, industry, technology, trade and new areas of growth in the twenty-first century. The door to stimulating employment opens cutting-edge opportunities. List of courses First year of studies Core Winter semester Public International Law I. Introduction to Scientific Methods Constitutional Law of the European Union History of EU Integration Summer semester Public International Law II. EU Economic Law Private International Law Elective * Winter semester Transition to Democracy Summer semester Law of International Organizations EU Human Rights Protection International Human Rights Law EU External Relations Law Optional * Winter semester International and European Moot Court I EU Recht – der Binnenmarkt und die Rechtsprechung des EuGH French in EU Law I. Summer semester French in EU Law II. EU Competition Law Comparative Law Second year of studies Core Winter semester Multi-level Constitutional dimension of the EU Diploma Thesis I. EU Institutions Summer semester Diploma Thesis II. Elective * Winter semester Law of Armed Conflict and Use of Force Optional * Winter semester International Economic Law International Criminal Law International Commercial Arbitration Constitutional Systems of European Countries Summer semester International and European Environmental Law European Civil Procedure Current Economic Issues How to apply Application deadline: 15 July Complete the online Application Form at: admission.upol.cz After filling in the online application form, upload and submit the following documents: Structured Curriculum Vitae (signed) Certified copy of Bachelor´s degree diploma in law or similar field of study. You are also eligible to apply during the last year of your current study programme, provided you obtain your final degree and submit a certified copy before 30 September of the respective year. Official academic transcripts and certificates from the University (or a certified copy) Letter of Motivation Letter of Recommendation – from a professor or an academic who can assess applicant’s ability and motivation to enrol in the program Proof of English language competence (CEFR level B2) – to be proven by English language certificates (TOEFL, IELTS, CAE, CPE) or documents about previous university studies in English language Passport Copy of valid passport or European ID card – a photocopy of the page with a photograph and personal data All the documents stated above (accompanied by a certified translation to Czech or English, if not originally in one of these languages) must be submitted by the deadline also as officially authenticated hard copies by regular mail, express mail or registered mail to the International Relations Office of the Faculty of Law. Pay the application fee of CZK 580 (equivalent in EUR) online or by a bank transfer. The decision on admission is based primarily on documents submitted by applicants; if necessary a video call/skype interview with the applicant may be required. [-]

LLM - International Human Rights Law and Protection of Enviroment

Charles University Faculty of Law
Campus Full time 18 months October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

This LL.M. study programme focuses on international human rights law and protection of environment, and offers an interdisciplinary approach to these two fields, which are closely connected in international theory and practice. [+]

This LL.M. study programme focuses on international human rights law and protection of environment, and offers an interdisciplinary approach to these two fields, which are closely connected in international theory and practice. International human rights and liberties protection as well as international and national protection of environment are marked by a very dynamic development. Both of these fields have become the key agendas of international organisations. The connection of these two fields is evidenced by, among other things, the creation of a new international magazine called Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, which was started in 2010 by the renowned publishing house, Edward Edgar Publishing. This project caused a remarkable response in the academic field throughout the world. The current concept of the LL.M. programme, which connects the protection of human rights and environmental law, corresponds unambiguously to modern trends and will definitely be able to attract many applicants who realize the connection of these two subjects. A thorough study of both of these fields resulting in understanding of their mutual relationship offers a very practical and necessary orientation to this domain for future employees of public administration, international governmental and non-governmental organisations, legal offices and to a certain extent also private companies, which are involved in global and regional economic activities. The interdisciplinary approach is based on a combination of studies of different legal branches. First of all, there is International Law, European law and Environmental Law. Besides that it is necessary to study complex aspects of national law (especially Constitutional Law and Administrative Law) and legal history, because international and regional models of human rights protection and environmental protection must be understood within the concept of their historical evolution of international and supra-national integration. A necessary condition to successfully complete the study programme is a very good understanding of issues of contemporary International Law. Since the relevant legislation protecting human rights and environment is built in large part on international agreements, special attention will be devoted to law of international treaties, including practical training of preparation of contracts and other international documents at international conferences and at the level of international organisations. Also, understanding the current monitoring processes at the international level and follow-up questions concerning liability and enforcement mechanisms assumes a very good knowledge of both theory and practice of International Law. The central part of the programme is a course focused on the foundations of supra-national integration. Students of the course will extensively explore different models of European integration, along with the current structure of European law, and the gradual integration of the protection of fundamental rights and protection of environment in the Community agenda. Mandatory and optional courses of the LL.M. programme are devoted to various issues of international protection of human rights and Environmental Law. The aim of the compulsory course called Introduction to International Human Rights Law is to provide an overview of the universal mechanisms as how to protect human rights. Main attention will be paid to the structure and functioning of the relevant instruments of the United Nations, which are based both on the founding Charter of the organisation and also on specific international conventions on the protection of human rights. Also, non-European regional systems of human rights will be briefly introduced in this obligatory course, especially in the context of cultural differences and global debate on the universal and regional standards of protection. The content of another compulsory course, The European System of Human Rights Protection, is a detailed study of European mechanisms in the field of protection of human rights. Besides the functioning of individual systems (Council of Europe, European Union, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe), another topic will be the relationship of individual systems and the possible conflicts between different standards of protection. A key part of the course is the study of selected cases of the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice. Two obligatory courses are targeted on the issue of environmental protection: one is concentrated on International and European law and environmental policy and is named International and European Environmental Law and Policy, while the other is Czech Environmental Law. As for optional courses, programme participants should take into account whether the topic of their Diploma thesis would be the international protection of human rights or Environmental Law. Courses on international and European anti-discrimination law and migration law present a very dynamic issue to the participants of the LL.M. programme. The course on the theory of human rights is focused on the conceptual grasp of the current protection of human rights at the international and national level in the light of philosophical and sociological reflection. The range of optional subjects enables flexible integration of external teachers, and also teachers from abroad. Some of the courses can be established in the form of an intensive training in one week. Students are required to complete 5 mandatory courses (each for 8 credits). Moreover they are obliged to choose and complete at least 4 optional courses (each for 5 credits). In the third semester students are expected to attend a Dissertation Seminar (5 credits), complete a dissertation work under the supervision of a tutor and defend it before a committee (25 credits). Mandatory courses Winter Semester: Theory and Practice of Public International Law, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Pavel Šturma, DrSc. International and European Environmental Law and Policy, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Milan Damohorský, DrSc. Introduction to International Human Rights Law, responsible supervisor: Doc. Mag. phil. Dr. iur. Harald Christian Scheu, Ph.D. Summer Semester: The European System of Human Rights Protection, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Mahulena Hofmannová, CSc. Czech Environmental Law, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Milan Damohorský, DrSc. Optional courses Winter Semester: Development of Supranational Integration and European Law, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Jan Kuklík, DrSc. EU Law - General Introductory Course, responsible supervisor: Doc. JUDr. Richard Král, Ph.D., LL.M. (Mandatory for students from non-EU countries whocannot prove previous sufficient background in EU Law) Selected Topics from the Theory of Human Rights, responsible supervisor: Doc. JUDr. PhDr. Veronika Bílková, Ph. D., E.M.A. Human Rights and Environmental Protection, responsible supervisor: Prof. Dr. Michael Geistlinger (Universität Salzburg) Summer Semester: Protection of Fundamental Rights from Perspective of Czech and European Constitutionalism, responsible supervisors: JUDr. Jan Kudrna, Ph.D. and JUDr. Ing. Jiří Zemánek, CSc. International and European Migration Law, responsible supervisor: JUDr. Věra Honusková, Ph.D. The International Protection of Minorities, responsible supervisor: Doc. Mag. phil. Dr. iur. Harald Christian Scheu, Ph.D. Economic Tools of Environmental Law in Austria and in the European Union, responsible supervisor: Univ.Prof. Mag Dr. Erika Wagner (Johannes Kepler Universität Linz) [-]

LLM - The Law and Business in the Czech Republic and Central Europe

Charles University Faculty of Law
Campus Full time 18 months October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

This LL.M. programme offers its participants a unique chance to cover in detail all areas of Private Law relevant for Central European countries. This means that the programme will not solely deal with local legislation governing business activities. [+]

Master of Laws Programs in Czech Republic 2017. This LL.M. programme offers its participants a unique chance to cover in detail all areas of Private Law relevant for Central European countries. This means that the programme will not solely deal with local legislation governing business activities. On the contrary, it will provide students with broad exposure to various fields and relevant regulations. Special emphasis will be given to the legislative impact of the European Union and also to the aspects of Private International Law. An integral part of the programme will be excursions – e.g. to the Czech National Bank, High Court in Prague, Metropolitan Court in Prague, Stock Exchange, Economic Chamber of the Czech Republic, Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic, Arbitration Court attached to the Economic Chamber of the Czech Republic and to the Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic. With additional background given to the general economic theories and issues, this programme is aimed especially for lawyers potentially or already working in the economic sector as in-house counsels, auditors or attorneys specialized in Business Law. Students are required to complete 5 mandatory courses (each for 8 credits). Moreover they are obliged to choose and complete at least 4 optional courses (each for 5 credits). In the third semester students are expected to attend a Dissertation Seminar (5 credits), complete a dissertation work under the supervision of a tutor and defend it before a committee (25 credits). Mandatory courses Winter Semester: Business and Commercial Law, responsible supervisor: JUDr. Alena Bányaiová, CSc. Fundamentals of Private Law for Business and the Judicial Protection of Rights, responsible supervisor: JUDr. Ondřej Frinta, Ph.D., Doc. JUDr. Alena Macková, Ph.D. Private International Law and International Business Transactions, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Monika Pauknerová, CSc., DSc. Summer Semester: EU Internal Market Freedoms and Competition Law, responsible supervisor: JUDr. Magdalena Svobodová, Ph.D. International Economic Law, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Pavel Šturma, DrSc. JUDr. Vladimír Balaš, CSc. Optional courses Winter Semester: EU Law - General Introductory Course, responsible supervisor: Doc. JUDr. Richard Král Ph.D., LL.M. (Mandatory for students from non-EU countries who cannot prove previous sufficient background in EU Law) Public Regulatory Policy: An Economic Perspective, responsible supervisor: Ing. Helena Chytilová, Ph.D. Social Rights and their Protection, responsible supervisor: Doc. JUDr. Martin Štefko, Ph.D. Possibility to participate in International Moot Court competitions, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Monika Pauknerová, CSc., DSc., Doc. JUDr. Vladimír Balaš, CSc. Summer Semester: Comparative Private Law, responsible supervisors: Prof. JUDr. Michael Bogdan, B.A., LL.M., Prof. Kurt Siehr Public Law Regulation of Business Activities, responsible supervisors: Prof. JUDr. Milan Damohorský, DrSc., Doc. JUDr. Zdeněk Kühn, PhD., SJD, LLM. Intellectual Property Law, responsible supervisor: JUDr. at MgA. Petra Žikovská Introduction to Financial law, responsible supervisor: JUDr. Petr Kotáb, Ph.D. [-]

Master of Laws - LLM

University of New York in Prague (UNYP)
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The “Master of Laws - LLM” is offered in co-operation with the University of Bolton. With the growing importance of world trade and the global community, legal consultants are expected to look beyond national jurisdictions and understand issues of European and international law. [+]

Master of Laws - LLM The “Master of Laws - LLM” is offered in co-operation with the University of Bolton. With the growing importance of world trade and the global community, legal consultants are expected to look beyond national jurisdictions and understand issues of European and international law. The program focuses on the legal framework governing the European and international community, as well as various legal issues surrounding international trade and global markets. Employers now place a high premium on graduates with understanding for international corporate law issues. The LL.M program has been designed to meet the needs of a wide range of graduates in law and non-law graduates, including practitioners, corporate consultants, academics, government officials and advisors to non-governmental organizations involved in or intending careers in corporate, European or international law. Graduates will be equipped with the skills necessary for a variety of careers in the legal and business profession. Students reading the LL.M will be able to customize their program, concentrating on areas such as EU and international law, corporate and financial law, and brand and marketing law. This highly flexible course is suitable for law graduates, non-law graduates and lawyers – anyone who will find an in-depth understanding of specialist areas of the law valuable in their career. Furthermore the program has a flexible delivery structure to accommodate the needs of working professionals and allow them to study in parallel with their professional obligations. In detail the courses are delivered over weekends, two weekends per month, and are scheduled in advance for the entire program duration. The LL.M program has strategic research themes which will enable the postgraduate student to attain specialist, cutting-edge legal and business knowledge essential in the new global legal and business environment. ‘Developing practical skills, critical thinking and comparative knowledge are also part of gearing up law and non-law graduates for the modern legal and business workplace. Students can rest assured that they will receive excellent support and the very best training at the University. Students after graduating from the program will have developed the skills and the knowledge to: Understand the substantive legal principles in European, international and corporate law Understand the substantive legal principles in a chosen area of study offered within the program Present findings and conclusions by means of an independent piece of academic research Program Structure The program will be taught by UNYP in full-time mode only which will comprise a one-year diet of study. There will be two teaching terms and the third term (including the summer) will be devoted to the student producing a supervised dissertation. The program has been specifically designed for working professionals, with lectures running over the weekends*. This structure has the least impact on current working commitments. The teaching model is designed to give students more time to reflect on the content of their courses and to engage more effectively in private study. The structure allows for the spread of contact hours over six weekends per course and gives students the opportunity to read material in advance of classes and prepare for more interactive sessions during their weekend contact time. *UNYP provides light refreshments during the breaks to students on this program The LL.M program comprises two taught core courses and a wide range of optional courses (electives), as well as a significant research component involving a dissertation. Core courses are: LAW7006 – Dissertation – Core – 40 credits LAW7021 – Research Methods – Core – 20 credits Each student must take 4 courses of the following electives: LAW7004 - Corporate Governance - optional - 30 credits LAW7010 - EU Public Law - optional - 30 credits LAW7011 - Financial and Economic Crime - optional - 30 credits LAW7013 - International Business Law - optional - 30 credits LAW7017 - Law of International Trade - optional - 30 credits LAW7020 - Public International Law - optional - 30 credits LAW7023 - Trade Mark Law and Policy - optional - 30 credits Teaching and Assessment The program includes a combination of lectures and participatory and problem-solving sessions led by specialist teachers. Students on the program have access to interactive law-learning software and a large number of dedicated electronic law resources. Career Opportunities Graduates of this program have a wide range of career choices open to them. These include practicing European and international law within the student’s home jurisdiction; a career with international institutions, corporations, consulting in the field of European law and corporate law or with a non-governmental organization; University teaching or further research. [-]