Master of Laws in LLM International Trade Law in Australia

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LLM International Trade Law

LLM or Master of Laws provides an introduction to new areas of interest to them as well as the opportunity to further specialize in their current areas of practice and is usually restricted to those who achieved honor status in their previous legal studies.

Due to increase in globalization and international trade the business world needs expertise of lawyers who have sound knowledge of International Law. Therefore, almost every multinational company hires a lawyer who has LLM in International Trade Law.

Australia is an island country and continent of the southern hemisphere, in the SW Pacific, a member state of the Commonwealth.

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Master of Laws

Bond University
Campus Full time 54 weeks January 2018 Australia Robina

The Master of Laws is a postgraduate law qualification that provides maximum flexibility and choice with a wide range of specialist areas, meaning you can design your master’s degree to suit your area of interest and professional needs. [+]

Best LLM Degrees in LLM International Trade Law in Australia 2017. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS The Master of Laws program is offered to those with a professional law qualification (Bachelor of Laws, Juris Doctor or equivalent). PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Master of Laws is a postgraduate law qualification that provides maximum flexibility and choice with a wide range of specialist areas, meaning you can design your master’s degree to suit your area of interest and professional needs. Those looking to expand their knowledge in a particular area will benefit from investigating contemporary legal issues, from both international and local perspectives, while developing their legal research and writing skills. PROGRAM STRUCTURE You must complete 8 subjects: Compulsory Law Subject (1) Advanced Legal Reasoning, Research and Writing Law Electives (7) Students must choose seven subjects from the list of postgraduate law electives. Students may also wish to undertake a specialisation within their degree, choosing four law subjects within an approved study area. These include: Canadian Law and Practice Corporate and Commercial Law and Practice Dispute Resolution International Business and Finance Law Students are able to opt out of a specialisation but must take all electives (total 70cp) from the postgraduate offerings in the Faculty of Law. No general electives are offered in this program. If appropriate supervision is available, you may elect to replace two elective subjects with a minor dissertation upon approval by the Faculty of Law. PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES The Master of Laws provides a postgraduate qualification that broadens a graduate’s or practitioner’s knowledge... [-]

SiLS / Bond LL.M. Dual Award Program

Swiss International Law School
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time February 2018 Australia Gold Coast

SiLS and Bond University, Gold Coast/Australia are offering a Dual Award Program by considering that SiLS and Bond LL.M. are broadly equivalent. [+]

What is the SiLS/Bond LL.M. Dual Award Program about? SiLS and Bond University, Gold Coast/Australia are offering a Dual Award Program by considering that SiLS and Bond LL.M. are broadly equivalent. By successfully completing half of the respective Modules/Subjects required under each of the two LL.M. programs students will receive both LL.M. degrees. Where and how is the program taught? Whereas the SiLS LL.M. Modules are taught entirely online, the Bond LL.M. will be delivered in Australia at the Bond University Gold Coast Campus. Who is eligible for the program? Any student who is enrolled in the SiLS LL.M. can apply to enroll in the Bond LL.M. and vice versa. Because of Australian visa requirements, the SiLS Student must have completed at least two SiLS Modules before they commence the Bond LL.M. However, application to the Bond LL.M. may occur while still undertaking the SiLS Modules. The Bond Student need not have completed any Bond Subjects before they commence the SiLS LL.M., and Bond Subjects and SiLS Modules may be undertaken contemporaneously. How will the academic year and transition be organized? Whereas SiLS semesters commence in August and February, Bond semesters commence in January, May and September. SiLS students completing the necessary two SiLS Modules in December can usually commence the Bond LL.M. in May or later, and those completing in June can usually commence the Bond LL.M. in September or later. How is the tuition arrangement? Students will pay the relevant fees to the institution at which they undertake... [-]

Master of International Customs Law and Administration

University of Canberra
Campus Full time Part time January 2018 Australia Canberra

The Master of International Customs Law and Administration covers the principles of customs management theory and practice and allows students to tailor subject choices to their professional needs in key areas such as international customs law, international trade law and the WTO. [+]

The Master of International Customs Law and Administration covers the principles of customs management theory and practice and allows students to tailor subject choices to their professional needs in key areas such as international customs law, international trade law and the WTO. The course is suited to both law and non-law graduates and can be studied entirely online. Students successfully completing the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in International Customs Law and Administration may seek admission to the masters course.

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