Master of Laws in International Law in Oceania

Compare LLM Programs in International Law in Oceania 2017/2018

International Law

A specialized LL.M. degree enables attorneys to intensify or change their expertise in a particular area of law. Have a special concentration in a particular area can open new opportunities.

Because the field of international relations is so complex, many law students choose to pursue an LLM in international law, as it equips them with a wide range of knowledge with which they can hit the ground running.

 

Asia is most likely the most powerful continent in the world and economically it introduces endless possibilities in education. The center of gravity is moving towards the East. Rapid changes and investments in higher education and English are a publicly spoken language. Oceania's strong employment opportunities also caters further to students future.

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Master of Laws in Maori/Pacific and Indigenous Peoples' Law

The University of Waikato
Campus Full time 1 year March 2018 New Zealand Hamilton

With a Master of Laws in Maori/Pacific and Indigenous Peoples' Law you could explore Pacific legal thought and practice. You'll develop skills enabling you to participate actively in the development of Pacific jurisprudence and to enhance global understanding of Pacific legal systems. [+]

Law Degrees in International Law in Oceania 2017/2018. Master of Laws in Maori/Pacific and Indigenous Peoples' Law With a Master of Laws in Maori/Pacific and Indigenous Peoples' Law you could explore Pacific legal thought and practice. You'll develop skills enabling you to participate actively in the development of Pacific jurisprudence and to enhance global understanding of Pacific legal systems. Master of Laws in Māori/Pacific and Indigenous Peoples' Law (LLM Māori/Pacific and Indigenous Peoples') provides an opportunity to study in-depth the historical and developing trends within the area of indigenous peoples' rights. You'll examine how the United Nations and other international organisations influence the process of Indigenous rights development. You will learn what role the State plays in recognising environmental and economic rights of indigenous peoples. What will post-settlement New Zealand legal landscape look like? You could be the driving force behind developing truly inclusive New Zealand Jurisprudence that would incorporate the best of the traditional Māori practices and Common Law. The knowledge and skills developed through our specialist programme are relevant in roles in: Academic teaching and research; Treaty settlement Maori governance Crown Law Local and central government Education Māori economy The Master of Laws in Māori/Pacific and Indigenous Peoples’ Law programme is offered with the same study options as those of Master of Laws (LLM). Please see the Master of Laws page for more information. Cultural experience The Faculty members come from a wide range of nations and cultural backgrounds, creating a truly multicultural environment. This helps foster in... [-]

Master of Public and International Law

Melbourne Law School
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 4 years February 2018 Australia Melbourne + 1 more

The Melbourne Law Masters is a graduate law program of the highest quality, available to law and non-law graduates. The specialisation in public and international law brings together constitutional, administrative and public international law in recognition of the increasing interdependence of international and domestic law. [+]

The Melbourne Law Masters is a graduate law program of the highest quality, available to law and non-law graduates. The specialisation in public and international law brings together constitutional, administrative and public international law in recognition of the increasing interdependence of international and domestic law. An extraordinary range of subjects across the entire field of public law offers students access to the latest developments in theory and practice in Australia and elsewhere. The program will appeal both to practitioners and to scholars with backgrounds or interests in government, international institutions, not-for-profit organisations, business/government relations and international development. Students may specialise in international law, Australian public law or comparative public law, or may choose a range of subjects from across different areas to suit their own interests and needs. Learning Outcomes Graduates of the Master of Public and International Law will: Have an advanced and integrated understanding of the complex body of knowledge in the field of public and international law, including:the legal and institutional framework for Australian government in theory and practice analysis and resolution of the complex problems of government law a range of alternative approaches to government law in other countries and systems and the methodology of comparative public law the context within which government law operates and the sensitivities peculiar to it the legal and institutional framework for Australian government in theory and practice the nature, major principles, processes and structures of the international legal system and the relationship between international and domestic law legal issues in... [-]

Master in International Law

The University of Queensland
Campus Full time 18 months January 2018 Australia Saint Lucia Brisbane Gatton + 2 more

This program is designed for both lawyers and non-lawyers wishing to focus their studies on international law. In an increasingly internationalised world, international law shapes almost all forms of international interaction, from business, to trade, to diplomacy, and in war. [+]

Law Degrees in International Law in Oceania 2017/2018. Why study the Master of International Law This program is designed for both lawyers and non-lawyers wishing to focus their studies on international law. In an increasingly internationalised world, international law shapes almost all forms of international interaction, from business, to trade, to diplomacy, and in war. People already working or hoping to work in a variety of internationally focused fields, such as business, policy, government, and the NGO sector would benefit from a clear understanding of the structure of the international laws that shape the international system, and how to work within those laws. The Master of International Law has four compulsory courses: one introducing public international law, and a series of three courses that focus on international law in action, and the nexus between international law and domestic law. Students then choose from a range of elective courses to suit personal growth and interest. The program is open to students with an undergraduate degree in law, arts, business, commerce or economics who have completed a minimum of four internationally-focussed courses. Entry requirements Prerequisites To enrol in the program, a person must hold an approved degree in the same discipline, with a GPA of 5. English Proficiency IELTS overall 6.5; reading 6; writing 6; speaking 6; listening 6. For other English Language Proficiency Tests and Scores approved for UQ, view the English proficiency policy below. In order to gain entry to an academic program at UQ, you will have to demonstrate... [-]