Online LLM Legal Practice (Intellectual Property)

General

Program Description

LLM Legal Practice (Intellectual Property) Reg. No. 252960

This master's degree is designed for modern lawyers and managers and explores the legal and commercial aspects of intellectual property (Reg. No. 252960). The programme is designed in partnership with major law firms and industry leaders. The University of Law is an international leader in legal education with a 140-year-old history.

These courses are registered with the Hong Kong Non-local Courses Registry (NCR). It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which these courses may lead.

Course Requirements

  • UK entry requirements: Students should possess a UK bachelors degree in any subject at 2:2 or above or equivalent qualifications.
  • While we accept applications from English law graduates, you are likely to repeat many themes from your undergraduate degree. We recommend that you consider the online version of this course in the first place which has been designed for those with a qualification in law. Graduates from The University of Law’s LLB programmes are not eligible for this course.
  • International entry requirements: An English language level equivalent to IELTS 6.5 or above, with a minimum of 6.0 in each component.
Last updated May 2019

About the School

In recognising Hong Kong’s position as an international legal hub, we are excited to be offering quality postgraduate education opportunities to the city’s aspiring legal professionals, with a wide po ... Read More

In recognising Hong Kong’s position as an international legal hub, we are excited to be offering quality postgraduate education opportunities to the city’s aspiring legal professionals, with a wide portfolio of professional law degrees, specialist legal training and on-going professional development courses for barristers and solicitors. One of the UK’s longest-established specialist providers of legal education, since 1867 - we’ve trained more practising lawyers in the UK than anyone else. Read less