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Internationally, Anglia Law School is recognised as being at the forefront of Client Interviewing having won the Law Society?s Client Interviewing Competition for an unprecedented 5th time Anglia Law School has proven excellence in developing legal skills (mooting, debating and client interviewing) of an international standard. Our students have, in recent years, won The Observer National Mooting Competition, the National Client Interviewing Competition and represented the UK in the International Client Interviewing Competition. The LLM is a combination of theory and practice relevant to international practice and business. The Course provides an opportunity to undertake study informed by neighbouring disciplines such as governance economics and political influences. It enables you to develop the skills of legal reasoning, analysis, research and independent judgement through a learning experience combining independent study and group contact with tutors. Teaching takes place on the Cambridge campus offering excellent facilities for both study and leisure. Our links with the University of Cambridge allow you access to Open Seminars and to the extensive texts and other materials available within the University of Cambridge Squire Library. Our LLM course is divided into three periods: September start In the first semester (September to December) there are two 15 credit compulsory modules and one 30 credit optional module. In the second semester (February to June) two 15 credit compulsory modules and one 30 credit optional module can be chosen. During the summer, independent research is undertaken for the dissertation, worth 60 credits. February start In the first semester (February to June) there are two 15 credit compulsory modules and one 30 credit optional module. In the second semester (September to December) two 15 credit optional modules and one 30 credit optional module can be chosen. At the end of the course, independent research is undertaken for the dissertation, worth 60 credits. Teaching Teaching takes place in three hour blocks. These provide a structured framework within which each student can develop their own knowledge and understanding of the subject. This is achieved through defined research tasks which are undertaken either prior to or after the seminar to focus private study. Modules Core modules: Business Law in the Global Context This module will provide the introductory foundation for further study on our course, enabling you to develop an understanding of the context in which international business takes place and to develop the research skills appropriate at postgraduate level. International Trade Law This module will focuses on the legal and commercial rules and conventions governing international sales contracts and accompanying documentation, the carriage of goods by sea and financing international trade. It will develop problem-solving, research and written analytical and critical-thinking skills. Dispute Resolution This module will examine the methods of alternative dispute resolution together with substantive and procedural aspects of business litigation in the worldwide context. It will combine theory and practical application relevant to international legal practice and business. Dissertation This module will support you in the preparation and submission of a Masters Dissertation and will provide you with an opportunity to explore in depth a particular aspect of international business law which reflects your academic interest. Optional modules: Competition Law in the International Context (30 credits) International Environmental Law (30 credits) International Governance (30 credits) International Employment Law (30 credits) Comparative Company Law (30 credits) Current Legal Issues in the International Business Arena (30 credits)

Internationally, Anglia Law School is recognised as being at the forefront of Client Interviewing having won the Law Society?s Client Interviewing Competition for an unprecedented 5th time Anglia Law School has proven excellence in developing legal skills (mooting, debating and client interviewing) of an international standard. Our students have, in recent years, won The Observer National...

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Entry Requirements

A First Degree, with Honours, in a related subject and at a minimum final classification of Lower Second (2:2) or equivalent. If English is not your first language you will be expected to demonstrate a certificated level of proficiency of at least IELTS ct/DisseItemalue+oSn++???A????#? ?+????

A First Degree, with Honours, in a related subject and at a minimum final classification of Lower Second (2:2) or equivalent. If English is not your first language you will be expected to demonstrate a certificated level of proficiency of at least IELTS ct/DisseItemalue+oSn++???A????#? ?+????

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