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Tuesday, 19 January 2010

The Law Faculty is planning to launch a Corporate LL.M. (CLL.M.) degree in October 2012.

The course will be designed to provide students with the opportunity to explore in depth the rules applying to corporations and corporate transactions and to examine critically the underlying policy objectives that shape the law and regulation governing business corporations.

The CLL.M. is scheduled to operate as a full-time nine month programme. The bulk of the curriculum will be specially designed and tailored for students taking the CLL.M. degree but students will also have the opportunity to study a "core" corporate subject taught as part of the LL.M.

The CLL.M. should be of particular appeal to those who are embarking upon a career in corporate law, financial services law and transactional legal practice.

Faculty members involved with the CLL.M. are currently consulting with University officials on the course and an announcement of its formal launch is anticipated in the coming months. For those who want to find out more about the course, offer feedback and register an expression of interest, there will soon be an opportunity to do so via the Law Faculty's website.


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