An LLM or Master of Laws degree is an academic degree, often sought by students with undergraduate law degrees who are looking to educate themselves more thoroughly in one specific area of law study. LLM programs are research-oriented and typically last for one year.
Asia is the world's largest and most populous continent, located primarily in the eastern and northern hemispheres. It covers 8.7% of the Earth's total surface area and comprises 30% of its land area.
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– Strong generalist knowledge and skills in European and international business law – Nine modules in Europe, the United States and Asia – Continue working throughout the entire program – In English – For lawyers and non-lawyers – More than 20 years of experience – Academic title of “Executive Master of European and International Business Law E.M.B.L.-HSG” [+]
The Executive M.B.L.-HSG - recently listed among the most innovative law programs by the Financial Times - is built upon the concept of a flying classroom and a global faculty. In nine attendance modules, leading experts from three continents will provide you with theoretical and practical knowledge directly applicable in your professional working life.
Module St.Gallen The Notion of Business Law and Economic Law
Module Zurich Finance
Module Frankfurt a. M. M&A
Module Luxembourg Lobbying & Litigation
Module Brussels Competition Law & Economics
Module New York International Taxation
Module Shanghai Law & Business in China... [-]
STL’s LL.M. program combines courses in transnational law from many legal traditions to prepare students for global practice involving conflicting legal traditions, complex transnational business transactions, and dispute resolution. Staffed with top multi-national scholars, STL focuses on immersive, interactive classroom instruction and training in critical thinking. [+]
The NSU Institute of Philosophy and Law invites international applicants to enter the Master’s Program in English "International and Russian Business Law" (LLM Program). The basic aim of the LLM Program "International and Russian Business Law" is to train highly qualified lawyers who are ready to work effectively for the needs of businesses, law firms, NGO and governmental structures [+]
Studying IBL will set you apart from other master’s of law students. Your English level will greatly improve. You will have a specialization in a growing legal field. You will gain valuable legal research & writing skills, as well as oral advocacy skills – which are valuable to every attorney! And, we have a great selection of courses! [+]
Our online learning platform offers multiplatform accessibility. Therefore, we delivers the course straight to your smart phone, tablet, laptop or desktop and students can choose to study whenever or wherever they prefer. [+]
The M.A./LL.M program in International Law and Conflict Resolution is an important resource of academic and practical expertise addressing the increasing interest in studying conflict transformation, resolution, problem solving and negotiation. [+]
The LL.M Program in Human Rights and International Law offers a rich, advanced course of study in fields that constitute an important part of the HUL’s long-standing reputation of academic excellence, in which the HUL is a hub of international activity. [+]
The LL.M. at KIMEP is a post-graduate degree in law focusing upon the legal regime governing international business transactions, and applying that legal regime within the Kazakhstan context. [+]
Master of Laws (LLM) in International Law
With a vibrant and dynamic market, Kazakhstan is the perfect place to study international law. The relentless process of globalization and the interdependence of economies make it crucial to understand the international aspects of business transactions. Why is Kazakhstan the right place to do this? It’s the largest country of Central Asia, rich in natural resources including oil, gas, and minerals. As a result, it has attracted substantial foreign direct investment in the extractive industries. But Kazakhstan’s economy is not one-dimensional; it has a significant agricultural base, and has established a world-class regional financial centre.... [-]