Master of Laws in International Law in Africa

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Law school graduates and lawyers routinely apply an LL.M. to gain expertise in a specialized area of law, such as tax law or international law, or to move from one practice area into another.

In order for international relationships between large governmental and nongovernmental entities to run as smoothly as possible, experts are needed. An LLM in international law is the way many law students prepare for a career in this field.

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Master of Law in International Criminal & Justice (LLM ICJ)

The Open University Of Tanzania
Online & Campus Combined Part time 2 years September 2017 Tanzania Dar Es Salaam

Whether for academic, personal or professional development, the LLM in International Criminal Justice is an ideal choice for law graduates, lawyers, judges and magistrates, and international law specialists seeking to equip themselves withspecialist knowledge on international criminal law and justice, the creation of such laws and their application in the real world. [+]

Master of Laws Programs in International Law in Africa 2017/2018. International criminal Justice (ICJ) is an area of public international law that has for many years been the preserve of scholars and experts in international law. As an aspect of public international law, ICJ focuses on acts prohibited under international for which individuals are held responsible. Individual criminal responsibility is the primary goal of ICJ, thus ICJ has two aspects; prohibition of acts and accountability mechanisms. ICJ has developed rapidly in the past decade especially with regard to the accountability aspect. Norms prohibiting international crimes have existed for decades, for example the Genocide Convention was concluded in 1948. Activity around ICJ, in terms of its expanding jurisprudence through the various mechanism mentioned above, has seen an exponential increase in interest in ICL and the issue of international criminal justice. Nowhere more so than in Africa. Recent events have propelled ICJ from an obscure international law subject to a topic discussed and debated by the general public across the continent, primarily as a result of the ICC and the cases it has initiated that are from the continent. As of 2004 the ICC has investigated and initiated proceedings against individuals from 4 African countries; Central African Republic (CAR), Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the Sudan and Uganda. Thus Africans have had to learn quickly about ICJ. Worryingly, however, much of the debate around ICJ has been in the media. It would appear that there has not been much input on the... [-]

Master Of Law: Private And Judicial Law, International Humanitarian Law

Université Francophone du Congo
Campus Full time September 2017 Congo, DR Goma

Master of Law: Private and Judicial Law, International Humanitarian Law [+]

Master of Law: Private and Judicial Law, International Humanitarian Law UFRACO will use all possible means to achieve its objectives by intensifying conferences, seminars, symposiums, scientific days. And as a university linked to the Bologna process, the LMD system, through the mobility of its students and professors with other universities attached to the system. UFRACO adopts the following philosophy: 1) Facilitate the mobility of students and learners in Central Africa and the Great Lakes in particular as well as throughout the world. 10 2) To make the training offerings of African countries legible, visible and predictable; 3) Valuing African formations on a global scale and making them compatible, adoptable and adaptable to knowledge and practiced rigorously in all other countries. It is the national program, plus the cross-curricular courses, but the system is that of License , Master and Doctorate (LMD). However, we will closely follow the different orientations of the Ministry of Trustees on this system. [-]

LLM in International Law

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time 1 year February 2018 South Africa Johannesburg

Are you interested in current affairs? Does the idea of studying international law in the most vibrant city in Africa appeal to you? Do you want to further your studies in a vibrant and dynamic field of the law? [+]

Master of Laws Programs in International Law in Africa 2017/2018. Are you interested in current affairs? Does the idea of studying international law in the most vibrant city in Africa appeal to you? Do you want to further your studies in a vibrant and dynamic field of the law? In an increasingly globalised world, it is no longer sufficient to be familiar with domestic law. Whether you are interested in the prosecution of war crimes or in global warming, the LLM in International Law offered by the Faculty of Law of the University of Johannesburg offers you a chance to specialise in fields of the law which are not only interesting but also increasingly useful and relevant. The one year course takes an interdisciplinary approach and assesses international legal questions from the perspective of international law as well as from a regional African perspective. The lecturing style is interactive. Students benefit from close contact with their lecturer and with experts from the relevant legal field. The diversity of the participants in the LLM program contributes significantly to the educational experience. The University of Johannesburg has a superb library and electronic resources. The course will consist of the following three modules: International Protection of Human Rights International Criminal Law/International Humanitarian Law International Environmental Law Students are expected to complete a minor-dissertation on any topic in International Law. Students will benefit from research workshops which will be held to guide students in the writing process. The degree can be undertaken as full... [-]

LLM in International Commercial Law

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years February 2018 South Africa Johannesburg + 1 more

The LLM in International Commercial Law at the University of Johannesburg (the flagship programme of the Faculty of Law) is designed to be completed by full-time students within one year and by part-time students over two years. [+]

The LLM in International Commercial Law at the University of Johannesburg (the flagship programme of the Faculty of Law) is designed to be completed by full-time students within one year and by part-time students over two years. The programme consists of the modules International Commercial Law A, B and C, as well as a minor dissertation on a topic in International Commercial Law. International Commercial Law A and B are offered during the first semester and International Commercial Law C during the second. The LLM programme provides the student with an overview of the private-law aspects of international trade, with an emphasis on privateinternational legal issues. The conflicts-orientation of the course indeed makes it unique and a wide comparative approach is taken in this regard, comprising legal systems in Africa, Australasia, Europe, the Middle East, the Far East and North and South America, together with the relevant regional, supranational and international instruments in this field. Most lectures are offered by Prof Jan L Neels, distinguished professor of International Commercial Law and director of the Research Centre for Private International Law in Emerging Countries at the University of Johannesburg. Prof Neels was a member of the working group responsible for the drafting of the Hague Principles on Choice of Law in International Commercial Contracts and the official commentary on the Principles under the auspices of the Hague Conference on Private International Law. He is a member of the Governing Council of UNIDROIT in Rome. UJ has formal agreements in place with... [-]

LLM

Adekunle Ajasin University
Campus Full time Part time March 2018 Nigeria Nigeria Online

LL.M and Ph.D Degree Programme in the following areas of specializations: Private and Property Law; Commercial and Industrial Law; Public Law; Jurisprudence Law and International Law. [+]

Master of Laws Programs in International Law in Africa 2017/2018. FACULTY OF LAW LL.M and Ph.D Degree Programme in the following areas of specializations: Private and Property Law Commercial and Industrial Law Public Law Jurisprudence Law and International Law Admission Requirements: The following shall be eligible for admission into the degree of Master of Laws: A holder of a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree of the Adekunle Ajasin University, with a minimum of Second Class (Lower Division) or any other University recognized by Senate. A holder of a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree with Third Class and Postgraduate Diploma in Law may be considered for admission into the LLM degree. For admission into the Ph.D Degree, a candidate must have scored at least 60% in LL.M degree of this Adekunle Ajasin University or any other University recognized by the Senate of the University. [-]

Master in Laws : International Business Law - Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II)

Medine Education Village
Campus Full time 200 hours November 2017 Mauritius Quatre Bornes

The Master in Laws (LL.M.) International Business Law, approved by all the boards of Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), includes 200 hours of teaching and focuses mainly on International Business Law. It is a prestigious programme addressed to holders of a Master’s degree but not necessarily in law. Professionals can attempt the program with the ambition to fulfil top management vacancies or have a full perspective in business law. [+]

The Master in Laws (LL.M.) International Business Law, approved by all the boards of Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), includes 200 hours of teaching and focuses mainly on International Business Law. It is a prestigious programme addressed to holders of a Master’s degree but not necessarily in law. Professionals can attempt the program with the ambition to fulfil top management vacancies or have a full perspective in business law. The LL.M. is a gateway to major European or African professional training schools, as well as legal departments of international companies. The LL.M program has already kicked off in November. The next intake is scheduled in November 2016, Tuition fees for the LL.M. amount to 12,000 euros. [-]