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LLM in the Theory and Practice of Clinical Legal Education

  • University of York
  • Adresse : 8A Minster Yard, York, York YO1 7HH, Royaume-Uni, York
  • Email administratif : law-pg-admissions@york.ac.uk
  • Site Internet : Consulter

Application

Applicants will normally be expected to have obtained an undergraduate Law degree with honours (2.1 or higher, or its equivalent).

If English is not your first language and you have not completed an undergraduate degree in English we will need evidence of your English language ability to the required level, in addition to any academic entry requirements. English requirements :

-IELTS - a minimum of 7.0
-Pearson (PTE) - a minimum of 67

Application

Applicants will normally be expected to have obtained an undergraduate Law degree with honours (2.1 or higher, or its equivalent).

If English is not your first language and you have not completed an undergraduate degree in English we will need evidence of your English language ability to the required level, in addition to any academic entry requirements. English requirements :

-IELTS - a minimum of 7.0
-Pearson (PTE) - a minimum of 67

Curriculum

The LLM in ‘Clinic’ is designed to address both pedagogic and professional practice study needs. By successfully completing the programme students will be equipped to establish and run clinical legal education (CLE) modules that meet educational best practice and comply with the legal profession’s regulatory requirements.

The first of the compulsory modules on the programme is The theory and practice of CLE.

The second of the compulsory modules, Setting up and running clinics – principles and best practice, is concerned with the mechanics of running a clinic.

The third of the compulsory modules, In house Clinic practice, is concerned with direct clinical practice and reflections on that experience.

Curriculum

The LLM in ‘Clinic’ is designed to address both pedagogic and professional practice study needs. By successfully completing the programme students will be equipped to establish and run clinical legal education (CLE) modules that meet educational best practice and comply with the legal profession’s regulatory requirements.

The first of the compulsory modules on the programme is The theory and practice of CLE.

The second of the compulsory modules, Setting up and running clinics – principles and best practice, is concerned with the mechanics of running a clinic.

The third of the compulsory modules, In house Clinic practice, is concerned with direct clinical practice and reflections on that experience.