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About the coursePerhaps youre keen to study Law but haven’t yet managed to find the course that feels just right for you. Our LLM in Law is what youve been looking for to elevate your career and focus on your specialism.The course is flexible with much focus on fitting with your own needs, interests and professional aspirations.The LLM in Law pathway youll study four modules of your choice from a wide range of module options.You have a one-year course option and a placement year pathway
About the course
Perhaps you're keen to study Law but haven’t yet managed to find the course that feels just right for you. Our LLM in Law is what you've been looking for to elevate your career and focus on your specialism.
The course is flexible with much focus on fitting with your own needs, interests and professional aspirations.
The LLM in Law pathway you'll study four modules of your choice from a wide range of module options.
You have a one-year course option and a placement year pathway available.
The course is flexible and will enable you to combine your interests and specialisms, to tailor your course according to your dreams and professional ambitions.
Benefit from our strong relationships with law firms which include SA Law, Debenhams Ottaway and Browne Jacobson. You will access Law Fairs, employer workshops, and networking events
Experience innovative teaching and assessments with an authentic ‘real-life’ business focus will enable you to develop the intellectual, transferable, interpersonal and practical skills needed for your career in the professional, commercial, business or academic sectors.
Focus on industry ‘hot topics’ to ensure you have knowledge that will be of particular relevance to your future employers
Gain industry insights with guest speakers invited into teaching sessions to share their experiences and help students with career choices.
Students have career flexibility as you select modules to best fit your individual career goals and aspirations.
Hertfordshire Law School has helped graduates forge successful careers for 40 years. You’ll benefit from our global reputation for being forward-thinking, innovative, and responsive to the world around us.
Students with ideas for a new business, or wishing to grow an existing business, can access the support and networks of our University’s Enterprise Team. The award-winning Enterprise Hub building on de Havilland campus, which has been part-funded by the Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership, and our status as a University Enterprise Zone, reinforce an entrepreneurial vision that runs through the University. Support is available for early-stage businesses and entrepreneurs to use as and when it suits their needs, alongside access to our academic experts, talented graduates, facilities and equipment.
You may wish to pursue a future in the private or public sector, as an in-house lawyer in a specialised industry, in academia or progress into a research career.
A first degree in Law (or a subject in a related discipline, such as Business, Political Science or International Relations) at a minimum of 2:2. Or, an overseas qualification which is equivalent to a UK Honours degree, minimum 2:2 classification.
Master your dream
At Herts, the university offers a huge variety of postgraduate courses covering everything from animation to environmental management. It offers flexible study options to suit a student’s lifestyle, fantastic links to business and expert guidance every step of the way.
Why choose postgraduate study at Herts?
Employment prospects: 91.5% of postgraduates are in work or further study*
Industry connections: Links with over 1,700 businesses and industrial placements
Accredited courses: over 40 industry accredited courses and work placements
Financial support: No application fees. 20% postgraduate fee discount for University of Hertfordshire graduates. Plus, there's £11,836 of postgraduate funding available**. Find out more about discounts, loans, bursaries, scholarships and grants.