The Cambridge Master of Law (LLM) degree University of Cambridge
The Law Faculty at Cambridge offers a world-renowned, internationally respected LLM (Master of Law) programme. The one-year taught course offers highly qualified and intellectually outstanding students the opportunity of pursuing their legal studies at an advanced level in a challenging - but supportive - environment.
The Master of Law course, with its rich historical traditions, attracts students of the highest calibre, from both common law and civil law jurisdictions. It is intended for those wishing to pursue further legal studies after completing their first degree in law, including those who are considering an academic career or intending to practise law and those taking a career break seeking to broaden their intellectual horizons.
The minimum entry requirement for the Master of Law is normally a First-Class degree in law from a UK University, or the equivalent from an overseas institution.