Taking between one to two years to complete, an LLM is an advanced degree in the field of law. Derived from Legus Magister, this degree is also known as a Master of Laws and can offer students a competitive edge for future careers.
What is an LLM in Constitutional Law? Depending on the program, students may study the constitution of the university’s host country or take a broad-level view of international constitutional laws. Other types of constitutions, such as state or province, may also be pursued as an area of interest. As most constitutional documents describe the relationships of power between governing bodies and their citizens, many scholars in this field devote significant research time to civil rights, often focusing on specific demographics, such as children or women, and how those laws affect them.
Specific skills gained from a background in constitutional law include a complex understanding of civil rights, legal writing aptitude and research prowess. Additionally, many students gain advanced reasoning and time-management skills, both of which can assist students on as well as off the job.
Balancing the books for college requires considering a variety of factors, including program length and location. For the most up-to-date budget information, consider consulting with your prospective schools’ financial offices.
Occupation prospects in constitutional law are typically pursued in the legal field, but students may also find ample opportunities in the world of education, business development and administration. Because different regions have different requirements, students may qualify to practice law or may need to pursue additional degrees and examinations before they become lawyers. Typical positions for graduates in this field include constitutional lawyer, legal counsel, compliance consultant and legal educator.
Your LLM in Constitutional Law can be earned with a combination of online and offline classes and at institutions across the world. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
One of the most striking features of the Law of Social Democratic State is the supremacy of the Constitution. As a result, the theory of creation teaches that the so-call
One of the most striking features of the Law of Social Democratic State is the supremacy of the Constitution. As a result, the theory of creation teaches that the so-called constitutional block is formed by the rules of fundamental rights and guarantees and state organization and powers, which are called as materially constitutional requirements. In this scenario, the branches of Constitutional Law and Administrative Law are of indisputable centrality in the realization of the constitutional principles and put them rules arising. It is therefore essential that the legal actors to understand the theory and practice that support the judicial and administrative decisions in the Brazilian State. Inserted in this reality, the specialization course in Constitutional and Administrative Law of the University Center Tiradentes (UNIT-AL) in partnership with Superior Law School (ESA - OAB / AL) proposes a multidisciplinary graduate, theoretical and practical, aimed at updating and the formation of a professional able to act in the areas various areas of law, in particular the Public law. This is an innovative project as it covers issues and practices inherent to the various legal professions. This is why it was necessary to partnership the University Center Tiradentes (UNIT-AL) and the Higher School of Law (ESA- OAB / AL) in order to facilitate this specialization. The approach used in the course goes on to consider the professional needs of lawyers and new challenges in the training of a law degree....
The PGDip/MLitt in Legal and Constitutional Studies is an interdisciplinary programme in which students can construct an individually tailored degree with a primary focus
The PGDip/MLitt in Legal and Constitutional Studies is an interdisciplinary programme run jointly by the Schools of History and International Relations.
Students have the opportunity to work on an individual and small-group basis with internationally leading scholars in the fields of legal, constitutional and historical research.
The flexible nature of the programme makes it suitable both for those wishing to go on to doctoral research and for those wishing only to take a year’s specialist study.
The compulsory modules equip students with knowledge of different theoretical approaches to law, legal history, and constitutionalism, using the past to interrogate and investigate current issues and controversies.