Michael Praween Chantanakomes - LLM Law
The University of Bristol Law School offers nine taught LLM degrees to successful Law graduates or students with an adequate law component. The following options are available:
European Legal Studies
This programme offers a range of units which give you the opportunity to study the internal workings of the EU and the ever-increasing penetration of Community Law into the national legal orders of Member States.
General Legal Studies
Human Rights Law
The units are in the traditional fields of human rights law (e.g. International Law and Human Rights; Human Rights Law) but they also cover more specialist areas (Individual Employment Rights; International Law of Labour and Welfare Rights; International and European Law on Refugees and Asylum; International Criminal Law; Privacy Law: Theory and Practice).
The units are mainly in the field of Public International Law, although Private International Law issues can be explored through International Commercial Litigation, Contracts, or many of the other Commercial Law units.