LL.M. by research in International Law

Many readers of the Völkerrechtsblog will have an interest in studying for an LLM; but some may be concerned about spending a year abroad during times of travel restrictions and health concerns.

To accommodate such concerns, the University of Glasgow has decided to expand its LLM by research programme: This is a great opportunity to obtain a masters degree in international law, based on independent research supervised by leading experts in the field.  Available full-time or part-time, the programme should be particularly attractive for lawyers completing their legal training and for practising lawyers.

The University of Glasgow is the fourth-oldest university in the English-speaking world, and its Law School is currently ranked as No. 3 in the UK (Complete University Guide 2020). The Glasgow Centre for International Law and Security — directed by Professors Robin Geiß and Christian Tams — is a hub for research, training and consultancy in international law.

Find out more at https://gcils.org/training/llmresearch/

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