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UCAS CODE

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Start Date(s)

Attendance

Learning

UCAS POINTS

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September 2024

  • Full time, 1 year
  • Part time, 2 years
  • On campus
both CD2016
CD2016
Degree with Placement Year

UCAS CODE

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Start Date(s)

Attendance

Learning

UCAS POINTS

UCAS points will be updated soon

September 2024

  • Full time, 2 years
  • On campus
FullTime CD2011
CD2011

Fees and Funding

Here's the fees and funding information for each year of this course

September 2024

Attendance

Fee

Note

Home
Full time, 2 years
£12,000
Per year. Year 2 Industrial Placement Fee - £3,500
Part time
£2,000
Per 30 credit module
International
Full time, 2 years
£15,960
Per year. Year 2 Industrial Placement Fee - £3,500

Overview

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

MODULES

  • Core Modules
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    International Law: Problems and Process (Mental Wealth)

    The main aim of the course is to stimulate your research interest in topical areas of international law and to develop your research skills in both public and private international law. The course, intended as a core LLM module, presents a survey of key debates in public and private international law. It thereby provides a grounding in the skills and methodologies required for postgraduate study of international law.

    Being core to all UEL LLM pathways, this module will also incorporate a series of skills workshops to help orient you on the programme. These will cover essential skills and also address issues of employability and the core competencies of mental wealth.

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    Applied Project

    The aim of the dissertation is to enable you to initiate and carry through an academic enquiry outside the formal structure of the taught LLM modules. Students select their own field of research and build on the knowledge and skills acquired in the taught LLM modules.

    Optional Modules
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    Law of International Finance

    In this module you will examine the legal issues created by the international operations of large commercial banks, merchant banks and investment banks. Although based primarily on a discussion and analysis of current London City Practices, reference to other relevant laws are examined. The course has a strong comparative and international law content and emphasises a study of regulatory issues and private international law considerations in the context of international finance.

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    Financial Crime and Corporate Criminal Liability

    • You will develop knowledge and critical understanding of financial crime offences from a domestic, European and international perspective.
    • You will examine the most relevant legal issues related to fraud, bribery and corruption, money laundering, terrorism financing, tax evasion, insider trading and cybercrime.
    • You will learn about illustrate the UN, US and EU economic sanctions regimes.
    • You will engage with issues related to proceeds and instruments of crime.
    • You will gain an understating of the financial crime compliance measures adopted by corporations to fight against economic crime offences.
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    International Corporate Governance

    The module aims to provide you with a comprehensive appreciation of the legal, theoretical and practical underpinnings of the operation and control of contemporary corporations. It introduces students to the evolving framework that seeks to regulate the intricate relationships between, and often conflicting interests of, the corporation and its board of directors, the management, shareholders and the broader society within which they operate. Whilst the module draws from English law, it is international and comparative in focus and exposes students to the evolving global corporate governance regimes.

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    The Law of the World Trade Organisation and Globalisation

    The primary aim of this module is to introduce you to complex international trade law and globalization issues. As the approach will be interdisciplinary, at the end of the course you will have an understanding of the history and politics of the post-World War II trading regime in addition to the principles of international trade regulation. You will also interrogate factors and forces shaping globalization and the consequences of this process for the global trading order.

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    International Criminal Law

    The aim of the module is to introduce you to the current debates about international criminal law, its doctrines and institutions with special reference to this newly emerging legal order.

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    International Environmental Law

    This course seeks to acquaint you with the basic principles of international environmental law. You will engage with some of the intricate issues arising out of the regulation of the environment. It is expected that by the end of the course you will have a good grasp of international environmental policy and regulation.

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    Oil and Gas Law and Policy (Mental Wealth)

    The module aims to provide you with a comparative and analytical exploration of contemporary upstream and downstream oil and gas and minerals regulatory trends particularly in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East in some key areas like Oil and Gas Law, Contracting, Decommissioning and Trade. In particular it seeks to give you a thorough grounding in the areas:

    • Oil and gas finance and international economic law
    • Energy transactions - law, policy and practice
    • Petroleum development and production arrangements and rights
    • Energy and the international treaty framework
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    International Refugee Law

    This module aims to provide an overview of contemporary international protection framework and practice relating to refugees and Internally Displaced Persons. It explores the theoretical, philosophical, political and socio-cultural dimensions of the refugee crisis from an interdisciplinary perspective. The module focuses on the global and regional institutional mechanisms redressing human rights violations through case studies. It also discusses domestic application of international refugee standards by reviewing the legislative developments in the field of UK Immigration and Refugee practice and policy trends in Europe: and its impact on domestic refugee policy.

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    Regulation and Governance of Energy (Mental Wealth)

     

    The module aims to provide you the opportunity to explore within a multidisciplinary and critical framework, the regulatory and institutional aspects of the energy and natural resources and the wider economic, business, environmental and technological issues that are fundamental to energy and mineral economies and market. It covers complex concepts and modes of regulation in areas of :

    • Natural resources concepts in domestic and international context
    • The environment, energy security and sustainability law
    • Renewable energy and alternative energy industry
    • The WTO, natural resources Trade and Investment
    • The Resolution of minerals and energy disputes

    The module will also be supported by workshops focussing on issues of employability and skills.

     
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    Economic Integration in the Developing World

    This module focuses on economic integration in developing countries. It seeks to locate the process of regionalism within the framework of economic, legal and political development in economically disadvantaged parts of the world. The methodology of the module is interdisciplinary. You will explore questions of law, politics, economics, history and sociology. Thus, students are expected to understand both legal and non-legal perspectives on economic integration in developing countries.

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    Work Based Project

    The aim of this module is to give students the opportunity to work as an intern with an organisation on a specific project relevant both to both their work and their LLM studies. You will write an extended piece of research on a project agreed with both the School and the host organisation.

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    LLM Optional Placement

    You can opt in to participate in a placement year, where we will help place you within a business where you can gain hands on experience in law – connecting what you’ve learnt at University to industry. Students wanting to do the Placement year must indicate so upon application.

HOW YOU'LL LEARN

HOW YOU'LL BE ASSESSED

CAMPUS and FACILITIES

University Square Stratford

University Square Stratford, University Square Stratford

WHO TEACHES THIS COURSE

The teaching team includes qualified academics, practitioners and industry experts as guest speakers. Full details of the academics will be provided in the student handbook and module guides.

YOUR FUTURE CAREER