Master of Laws in Master of Law in Latvia

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Master of Law

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.

A Master of Law (LLM) is a degree program that is typically pursued after students have earned a professional law degree. Earning an LLM may help students to find an advanced and skilled career, as the knowledge students’ gain while in their program makes them highly desirable to employers.

 

Latvia has both fee-paying and state-financed higher education. The country has two kinds of higher education courses. These include the academic and professional programs. There are three levels of academic higher education – bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral studies. The climate in the country favors various winter sports and recreation activities such as ice skating, skiing and ice hockey. International students prefer studying in Latvia due to its social life, arts and cultural institutions. The country’s culture is easy to adopt to.

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Master in Private Law

Baltic International Academy
Campus Full time 3 semesters September 2017 Latvia Riga

Programme: Private Law Type: Complete study programme [+]

Best Masters of Laws in Master of Law in Latvia 2017. Programme: Private Law Type: Complete study programme Degree to be obtained: Master Length: 1,5 years (3 terms) Language: English, Russian Fee per year:* 1665 EUR (for EU students) / 2400 EUR (for non-EU students) * Other information: The payment for the dormitory is starting at 75 Ls (107 EUR). For additional information, or to apply to the programme please contact the Head of Study Programme or see the webpage. Curriculum Logic and methods of scientific research Pedagogy and psychology of higher education Issues in theory of state and law Topical issues in civil law in Latvia and EU: General Part Property Law Contract Law Family and Succession Law Exclusive rights Commercial Law in EU International civil procedure Business transactions and taxation Legal persons International Business Law Legal regulation of business in EU Insurance Information systems and technologies in jurisprudence Legal regulation of a competition in Latvia and EU Specifics of legal labour relations as linked to civil law Information law Methodology of decision-making process Professional practice Elaboration and presentation of Master’s paper [-]