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LLM in Transnational Law

  • King's College
  • Téléphone : +44 (0) 20 7848 2097 / 2711
  • Email administratif : law-llmadmissions@kcl.ac.uk
  • Site Internet : Consulter

Application

Entry requirements:
  • english language entry requirements: all informations here
  • for EU/international students (where eligible) there is additional country-specific information within the international students section


Application procedure:
  • complete graduate online application form (application online here)
  • join 2 references
  • join transcript of law degree 
  • join your personal statement 

More informations here and here


Fees (2014):
  • FT Home/EU: £12,600
  • FT Overseas: £18,400
  • PT Home/EU: £6,300 
  • PT Overseas: £9,200 

Application

Entry requirements:
  • english language entry requirements: all informations here
  • for EU/international students (where eligible) there is additional country-specific information within the international students section


Application procedure:
  • complete graduate online application form (application online here)
  • join 2 references
  • join transcript of law degree 
  • join your personal statement 

More informations here and here


Fees (2014):
  • FT Home/EU: £12,600
  • FT Overseas: £18,400
  • PT Home/EU: £6,300 
  • PT Overseas: £9,200 

Programme Structure

This new pathway provides an in-depth engagement with core areas of transnational law today, it offers an unprecedented opportunity for students preparing for a career in global private practice, as in-house counsel or international public service, the non-profit sector or an international organisation or with adjudicatory bodies, agencies and networks.

List of expected programme modules (subject to change):

  • Transnational Law: Actors, Norms, Processes – Foundations and Perspectives, Peer Zumbansen
  • Sociology of Law, Legal Culture and Transnational Challenges, David Nelken & Prabha Kotiswaran
  • Law, Legal Systems and the United Nations: The 21st Century Landscape of International Law, Daniel Bethlehem QC, Ady Schonmann-Bethlehem, Penelope Nevill
  • International Human Rights Law, Octavio Ferraz & Eva Pils
  • Human Rights in War Times: Armed Conflict, Military Operations and Post-Conflict Justice, Silvia Borelli
  • Comparative and Transnational Constitutional Law, Cindy Skach
  • International Refugee Law, Satvinder Juss
  • The Transnational Regulation of Global Networks, Florian Grisel
  • Inequality, Human Development and the Rule of Law in Transnational Perspective, Octavio Luiz Motta Ferraz
  • Transnational Criminal Law, Prabha Kotiswaran & Nicola Palmer,
  • Transnational Law Enforcement, Ben Bowling
  • International and Comparative Family Law, Claire Fenton-Glynn
  • Transnational Corporate Governance : Theories, Problems, Applications, Dionysia Katelouzou
  • Business and Human Rights, Cees van Dam
  • Morality and the Law: Transnational Perspectives, Cindy Skach


More informations here and here

Programme Structure


This new pathway provides an in-depth engagement with core areas of transnational law today, it offers an unprecedented opportunity for students preparing for a career in global private practice, as in-house counsel or international public service, the non-profit sector or an international organisation or with adjudicatory bodies, agencies and networks.

List of expected programme modules (subject to change):

  • Transnational Law: Actors, Norms, Processes – Foundations and Perspectives, Peer Zumbansen
  • Sociology of Law, Legal Culture and Transnational Challenges, David Nelken & Prabha Kotiswaran
  • Law, Legal Systems and the United Nations: The 21st Century Landscape of International Law, Daniel Bethlehem QC, Ady Schonmann-Bethlehem, Penelope Nevill
  • International Human Rights Law, Octavio Ferraz & Eva Pils
  • Human Rights in War Times: Armed Conflict, Military Operations and Post-Conflict Justice, Silvia Borelli
  • Comparative and Transnational Constitutional Law, Cindy Skach
  • International Refugee Law, Satvinder Juss
  • The Transnational Regulation of Global Networks, Florian Grisel
  • Inequality, Human Development and the Rule of Law in Transnational Perspective, Octavio Luiz Motta Ferraz
  • Transnational Criminal Law, Prabha Kotiswaran & Nicola Palmer,
  • Transnational Law Enforcement, Ben Bowling
  • International and Comparative Family Law, Claire Fenton-Glynn
  • Transnational Corporate Governance : Theories, Problems, Applications, Dionysia Katelouzou
  • Business and Human Rights, Cees van Dam
  • Morality and the Law: Transnational Perspectives, Cindy Skach


More informations here and here