Master of Laws in European Law in Sweden

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European Law

The Master of Laws degree commonly known as the LL.M., is an advanced graduate law degree. Candidates often already hold a first degree in law and are interested in furthering their studies of the law. Obtaining an LL.M. possesses a number of distinct advantages.

The LLM in European law offers students the opportunity to obtain a complete knowledge of EU law in a range of fields. The program offers a great diversity of jobs. As a professional in this field, you have a mandate of assisting in the formulation of policies that help in proper co-existence between the citizens of all countries in Europe continent without any social grief.

Sweden, officially the Kingdom of Sweden, is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe. Sweden borders Norway and Finland, and is connected to Denmark by a bridge-tunnel across the ├śresund. Sweden is a developed post-industrial society with an advanced welfare state. The standard of living and life expectancy rank among the highest in the world.

Top Law Degrees in European Law in Sweden 2017/2018

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LLM in European Business Law

Lund University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Sweden Lund

The programme provides an in-depth understanding of both the practical and the theoretical aspects of business law within the European Union and of how the internal market operates in a global context. [+]

Programme overview

The programme provides an in-depth understanding of both the practical and the theoretical aspects of business law within the European Union and of how the internal market operates in a global context. Students also acquire knowledge of EU constitutional law as a necessary basis for the understanding of European business law.

The programme provides both general and specific knowledge of the European Union legal framework, which is necessary for students intending to work as legal advisors or business decision-makers. Students can tailor the programme to suit their own interests, which gives them a competitive edge when applying for future positions on the labour market.... [-]


Master of Laws (LLM) in European Law

Stockholm University, Faculty of Law
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Sweden Stockholm

The Master Programme in European Law offered at Stockholm University is a one-year course of study. It is open to postgraduate students with a degree in law, wishing to expand their knowledge and understanding of European law. [+]

Master of Laws (LLM) in European Law

The Master Programme in European Law offered at Stockholm University is a one-year course of study. It is open to postgraduate students with a degree in law, wishing to expand their knowledge and understanding of European law. The principal topic of study is the legal system of the European Union.

The courses consist mainly of seminars and are aimed at providing the students with skills necessary for their future work as either practitioners or researchers of European law. This is achieved by teaching the students various ways in which to identify problems and generate solutions. Issues of practical interest are thus interwoven with a scholastic look on of various legal problems. This approach requires active participation on the part of the student in the form of a number of papers that have to be submitted during the year, involvement in case studies and participation in the annual European Moot Court Competition, where outstanding students are given the opportunity to represent the University in the international Moot Court Competition. Normally, only around 30 students are admitted each year.... [-]


Master of Laws (LLM) in European Intellectual Property Law

Stockholm University, Faculty of Law
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Sweden Stockholm

Intellectual Property (IP) Law has historically been an international discipline, as compared to other traditional areas of private law. [+]

Master of Laws (LLM) in European Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property (IP) Law has historically been an international discipline, as compared to other traditional areas of private law. The Internet and other forms of international telecommunications clearly demonstrate that IP rights do not recognise national borders. Another important internationalising factor is the gradual development of a European Community IP regime. This new body of law is gradually having a unifying effect on the national European IP laws. Legal disciplines have become more sophisticated andcomplex in recent times, a change which is also reflected in the area of IP Law. Specialisation in this area of practice is not only desirable; it is essential.... [-]