LLM Programs in Mexico

Compare 3 Top LLM Programs in Mexico 2017

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Mexico is an ideal location for a graduate law program for many in the Latin America region as well as around the world. Mexico’s prominence in the region, growing influence, and quality of graduate law programs has attracted many international students. In addition, there is something for everyone in Mexico, including stunning beaches, vibrant cities, plenty of outdoor activities, outstanding cuisine, and beautiful scenery and landscapes. An LLM in Mexico combines education with culture and adventure.

Programs for an LLM in Mexico are structured for students seeking expertise in a specific field of law. Curriculum for LLM in Mexico programs includes research and coursework that allows students to apply theory to practice through case studies and simulations, providing students with real world experience. Graduates holding an LLM in Mexico often go on to careers in the region or around the globe, with private firms, multinational firms, or public organizations.

Take a look through the LLM in Mexico programs below to find the one that is the perfect fit for you!

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Official Master's Degree In Law And Economics

Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset
Campus Full time 1 year

This program provides access to the title of University Master's Degree in Economic Analysis of Law from the Complutense University of Madrid. [+]

Master of Laws Programs in Mexico 2017. This program provides access to the title of University Master's Degree in Economic Analysis of Law from the Complutense University of Madrid. The credits earned in the Master will be recognized automatically for access to doctoral studies in any university in the European Higher Education Area. Why study this Master? Economic Analysis of Law has become a fundamental working tool for a professional career. This Master will open the doors to a successful career, both work in law firms or consulting firms to serve in positions of government, public bodies or international organizations. It also allows professional development in academia as being an official degree from the Complutense University of Madrid, giving direct access to the development of the doctoral thesis and obtain the degree of Doctor access. This program offers a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary postgraduate studies-and officers-in Law and Economics. Economic Analysis of Law is a relatively new discipline that has gained great importance in the last twenty years. Is an innovative approach that has been taught with growing influence in the most prestigious universities in the world. It is a methodology applied to problems of a legal or institutional nature, principles and reasoning economic, placing special emphasis on efficiency standards, contracts and institutions in general. The Master is primarily intended for graduates in Law, Economics, Political Science and Social Science graduates overall. In short it is an excellent program for graduates of different specialties and profiles who want to train in the applied mainly to economic reasoning law, but also to all regulation broadly and public policies. For those who do not have training in Economics, Business Administration or other similar careers, Master is the best way to get a solid, rigorous and applied in the shortest time possible economic formation. Programme structure The Master consists of 60 credits (ECTS) including classes, methodological courses, seminars, conferences, internships and other complementary activities. Also the filing of a Final Research paper on a particular topic to be selected by mutual agreement between the student and the Office of the Master is required, and for which each student is assigned an experienced supervisor on the research topic. The minimum number of ECTS credits for tuition and academic year for the degree of Master in Economic Analysis of Law is 60. If the student does not enroll or exceeds all credits required for your degree in one term, it must adhere to the stipulations of the General Regulations of Permanence of Complutense University of Madrid. Development of the Academic Year • The Master has a duration of one academic year, beginning in October 2016 and end in June 2017 (including examinations of the third quarter). • The opening of the academic year will take place on October 19, 2016. • The subjects are divided into three trimesters. • Classes are held Monday through Thursday in the afternoon and each session lasts approximately four hours (usually the class schedule is from 16.30 to 20.30 h.). • a minimum of 85% attendance is required. • Obtaining the title is conditional on overcoming the tests on all subjects of the Master and the achievement of a final dissertation. The tests are performed in the fourth quarter of each quarter. To pass the examination a minimum mark of 5 is required. Students who do not pass a test are entitled to a second call for a recovery test. • The Final Master Work must be delivered before September 9 year ending academic year and will be graded by a professor designated for that purpose. It also must be approved with a minimum grade of 5. Once the teaching period and tests the third quarter ended, students will have no attendance obligations so they will be ready, if they wish, to return to their cities or countries of residence if they were not in Madrid as well. The final work will be mailed and there is no obligation to defend it in person before a court or before the designated teacher for monitoring and rating. • Students will be instructed in locating sources of information, and help them improve their computer skills so they can conveniently follow the different subjects of the course. • The Master may include holding conferences, seminars and scientific meetings open to students. In addition, each year organizes a conference of the Spanish Association of Economic Analysis of Law, attended by speakers from top national and international prestige and wing which students are invited to attend. • During the second and third trimesters, students can do internships in public agencies, law firms or companies. These practices may be offered by the organization of the Master-if there is availability in each course, or may be proposed by the students themselves in the place they themselves seek. Admission Requirements  To study the Master is required to be in possession of a university degree, degree or similar. [-]

Master of Laws (LLM)

The University of Newcastle, GradSchool (Online)
Campus Full time

The Newcastle Law School is a supportive and research-focused School, deeply committed to teaching. The Newcastle Law School has fostered an intellectual community devoted to the development of the next generation of lawyers. Through taking an innovative and integrated approach to legal education, the Newcastle Law School ensures that graduates gain all the necessary theory, skills and experience for a career in legal practice. [+]

Designed for law graduates and legal practitioners who seek to advance their legal knowledge and enhance their professional skills, the University of Newcastle LLM features: real life learning opportunities high-quality teaching in core and emerging areas of law a local-to-global perspective on contemporary legal and policy issues a small student cohort in a supportive professional environment affordable tuition fees and scholarship opportunities Real Life Learning Newcastle Law School is well known for the strength of its clinical legal education and real-life, experience-based learning. LLM students can combine advanced study and research with practical opportunities to build professional skills. You may choose to prepare a legal research report for a partner organisation, participate in a legal clinic or other internship, and attend events to interact with industry, government and community groups. High Quality Teaching in Core and Emerging Areas Choose from a broad range of subjects and tailor the LLM to your interests or career area. The program offers many courses in the field of International Business Law and cutting-edge electives in areas such as environmental and climate change law, international child and family law, and human rights law. You will learn from lecturers who are experts in their field, participate in interactive seminars and have access to quality online learning resources. With one-to-one supervision by one of our experienced faculty members, you may choose to complete an Advanced Legal Research project in an area of special interest to you. Many courses will be offered in intensive blocks over a four-day period. Is it for you? As a law graduate or legal professional, the LLM enables you to extend your skills in legal research and analysis, whilst broadening your existing knowledge of domestic and international law and policy. A Local to Global Perspective Issues affecting business, governments, families and citizens in your community are increasingly being shaped by global forces. As Australia’s largest regional economy, Newcastle provides a dynamic, local setting for an LLM where student will engage in rigorous analysis of legal problems from local and global perspectives. Many courses include international, transnational or comparative law elements, exploring different legal approaches to problems, analysing intersections between the Australian legal system and other domestic legal systems, and understanding legal relations among states. You will critically appraise the role of law in promoting strong economies, resilient communities and global relationships. Small Student Cohort You will be part of a small, friendly cohort of postgraduate law students where you will build lasting professional networks and join an exclusive alumni group. Affordable Fees and Scholarships Scholarships are available to provide up to three international students per year with a $5000 reduction in fees. Career Pathways The Master of Laws (LLM) is a prestigious legal qualification that is recognised internationally. You may use this qualification to pursue a range of exciting and stimulating legal or non-legal career opportunities that are suited to your professional and personal aspirations and interests. The LLM will help you develop the expert judgment, creativity and adaptability valued by employers in a dynamic and globalised legal market. You may apply the advanced knowledge and skills you develop in the Master of Laws (LLM) program to a wide range of professional contexts, including: Private legal practice: you may use the Master of Laws (LLM) program to develop specialised knowledge and advanced legal research and analysis skills that are highly valued by many law firms and legal practitioners. The corporate sector: the Master of Laws (LLM) program offers you the opportunity to develop advanced legal expertise and professional skills to pursue a career as in-house counsel or a corporate officer with a legal role. Government and public administration: your advanced skills in legal research and analysis developed in the Master of Laws (LLM) program will assist in pursuing careers in law reform and legal policy development. Non-governmental organisations: you may use the specialised knowledge and advanced skills developed in the Master of Laws (LLM) program to pursue a legal, policy or research role within a range of domestic and international non-governmental organisations. Specialisations The two core courses in legal research will provide advanced training in contemporary approaches to legal research, focusing on both the design and implementation of a legal research project. The range of elective courses available in the program will allow you to develop specialised knowledge in areas relevant to your career and professional interests. Flexible study options Many LLM courses will be delivered in intensive mode, with attendance at classes over four days during the semester, possibly on weekends. If there is sufficient student demand, some intensive courses may be delivered in Sydney. The location and mode of delivery of the LLM courses (i.e. whether in Newcastle or Sydney) will at all times remain at the discretion of Newcastle Law School. Master of Laws (LLM) structure The program consists of two core courses in Advanced Legal Research (one per semester) and six elective courses in various areas, with many options in International Business Law. Compulsory Courses Advanced Legal Research I Advanced Legal Research II Legal System of Australia (this course is compulsory for students who obtained their undergraduate law degree outside Australia) Elective Courses - General Advanced Legal Research Project International Environmental Law and Policy International Climate Change Law and Policy International Child and Family Law Advanced International Human Rights Law International Human Rights Law: Collective Rights Advanced Public International Law Global Administrative Law International Air and Space Law Crime and Society Sentencing: Global Theory, Law and Practice Elective Courses - International Business Law Advanced Corporate Governance Competition Law and Policy International Insolvency Law International Trade Law Corporations, Globalisation and Human Rights International Private Law Australian International Taxation Advanced Taxation Law Corporate Taxation Law Courses in the field of International Business Law will expand your knowledge of legal rules applicable to a variety of private transactional settings. You will explore the role of law and legal regulation as it intersects with business practice. Advanced legal research component Advanced Legal Research I (compulsory) - In your first semester, you will develop the specialised knowledge and skills required to design a legal research project in an area of your choice. Advanced Legal Research II (compulsory) - In your second semester, you will finalise the design of, and carry out, your chosen research project. You may have the opportunity to conduct your research on a real-life issue for a partner organisation. Advanced Legal Research Project (elective) - You may choose to complete an Advanced Legal Research project in an area of special interest to you. A faculty member with relevant research experience will provide one-to-one supervision. We will provide guidance on publishing your work if you would like to develop a publication profile. Applications Early applications for the LLM are highly recommended. Admission Requirements Students will be required to have completed the following requirements for admission to the program: An AQF level 8 Law qualification, such as a: Bachelor of Law (Honours) degree either embedded (320 units) or ‘end-on’ (80 units) or equivalent law degree from a recognised tertiary education institution, or Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in Law or Legal Practice following the completion of an AQF Level 7 Bachelor of Laws degree, or an AQF Level 7 Bachelor degree in Law and have completed a minimum of two years relevant work experience in a legal environment (RPL). RPL will be assessed by the Program Convenor through the consideration of a statement outlining the relevant work experience. Transcripts and detailed CVs must be provided to the University. One of the degrees below: a five year combined law degree program (400 units of learning in total, at least 240 cognate) or a four year Bachelor of Laws degree program (320 units of learning, all cognate) or a three year graduate entry Bachelor of Law program following the completion of a three year non-cognate degree (480 units of learning in total, at least 240 cognate) Minimum English Language Proficiency Requirements Applicants who do not speak English as a first language must demonstrate that they meet the University's English proficiency requirement. Further information regarding English language proficiency requirements can be found at the English Language Proficiency for Admission Policy at http://www.newcastle.edu.au/about-uon/governance-and-leadership/policy-library/document?RecordNumber=D15/15438 [-]

Masters in Administrative Law and Government Regulation

ITAM - Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México
Campus Full time 2 years July 2017 Mexico Mexico City

El Departamento de Derecho del Instituto Autónomo de México ofrece la Maestría en Derecho Administrativo y de la Regulación ante la necesidad de proporcionar alternativas de educación jurídica de alto nivel en áreas de la vida social que requieren una gran especialización. [+]

El Departamento de Derecho del Instituto Autónomo de México ofrece la Maestría en Derecho Administrativo y de la Regulación ante la necesidad de proporcionar alternativas de educación jurídica de alto nivel en áreas de la vida social que requieren una gran especialización, y ante la insuficiencia de expertos con una visión y formación que comprendan el derecho y a los problemas sociales desde una perspectiva que busque los mayores beneficios sociales.

La Maestría surge como respuesta a la transformación de la Administración Pública y del Derecho Administrativo para hacer frente de manera más eficaz y eficiente a sus funciones.... [-]