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      Llm law and economics centre for commercial law studies|economics and finance

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      Queen Mary University of London
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      Typology Postgraduate
      Location London
      Start 10/09/2019
      • Postgraduate
      • London
      • Start:
        10/09/2019
      Description

      Overview
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      Deadlines for Home/EU and International Applicants are available on the Taught Postgraduate application deadline page.
      The LLM Law and Economics is a joint programme offered by the Centre for Commercial Law Studies and the School of Economics and Finance at Queen Mary University of London. It is a specialist programme which aims to provide rigorous training in theoretical and applied economic analysis as a means of analysing law and the legal framework. It is designed for students with an academic background in Law or Economics.
      This Masters in Law course will enable lawyers to master a new discipline and to consider financial and economic dilemmas, and allow economists to comprehend the rationale for regulation and how to think like a lawyer.
      This programme will:
      Enhance your career options by allowing you to specialise in the highly sought after interdisciplinary areas of law, economics and finance.
      Provide you with the theory, knowledge, practical skills and latest developments required to work in both emerging and established economies in legal, banking, financial, governmental or research institutions.
      Give you the chance to meet leading practitioners in banking, finance and law.
      Similar to the new Diploma in Law and Economics and Certificate in Law and Economics programmes, this course is presented with a fully integrated careers programme and extensive industry links that aim to maximise students' employment prospects.
      Institute of Global Law, Economics and Finance
      The Institute for Global Law, Economics and Finance (IGLEF) at Queen Mary is a forum for stimulating and conducting interdisciplinary research and disseminating knowledge on the areas of law, economics and finance.
      Why study your LLM in Law and Economics at Queen Mary? patterns of postgraduate students.
      As well as housing the Law Library and a European Documentation Centre, the Queen Mary Library at Mile End provides...

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      Where and when
      Starts Location
      10 Sep 2019
      London
      67-69 Lincoln'S Inn Fields, WC2A 3JB, London, England
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      Starts 10 Sep 2019
      Location
      London
      67-69 Lincoln'S Inn Fields, WC2A 3JB, London, England
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      4.0 24/03/2019
      About the course: The course is fabulous and straight forward. All credits go to Stu Rutherford.
      Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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      4.0 24/03/2019
      About the course: I found the course very efficient and the organisation and its administration extremely supportive.
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      Student Reviewer
      5.0 06/03/2019
      About the course: Great, helpful and friendly university residence and looks after you. the subject range is wide everyone will find something for them. but the university puts the reading list very lately and at starting its feels like lagging q bit behind so you have to work hard for catching up, it's highly underrated, the educational and course quality is excellent.
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      2019
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      What you'll learn on the course

      GCSE Mathematics
      Law and Economics
      Financial Training
      Joint
      Full Time
      Part Time
      School
      Law
      Financial
      Finance
      Banking
      Global
      LLM
      Economics
      Mathematics
      Teaching
      Statistics
      Options
      Commercial Law
      IT Law

      Course programme

      Structure

      The LLM in Law and Economics is available to study full-time for one year or part-time over two years.

      The programme of study provides a flexible mix of classroom based teaching (assessed by formal examinations and/or coursework) through:

      • An introductory pre-sessional in mathematics and statistics
      • Two compulsory taught modules which lay a foundation to Law and Economics theories
      • A 15,000 word dissertation
      • Choice of optional law and/or economic modules.
      Modules

      For the LLM in Law and Economics you take a total of 180 credits. The two compulsory modules and the dissertation have a value of 90 credits. The remaining 90 credits are going to be selected from the range of law or economics modules.

      You may study on one of two pathways: Jurisprudence, if you have a legal background or an undergraduate degree in law; or Economics, if you have an economic/finance background or have an undergraduate degree in economics or finance.

      If you want to review concepts such as statistical distributions and matrix algebra, you also have the option to attend pre-sessional modules during induction week of the first term within the School of Economics and Finance. You will be also presented with basic statistics and statistical software during the first term.

      You are required to balance your taught modules equally across the two teaching semesters – a full explanation of this process will be available during induction and before module selection.

      Part-time

      The part-time LLM is essentially aimed at legal/ finance practitioners working full-time in the UK. You will attend the same modules and follow the same teaching timetable as full-time students.

      The part-time programme is, however, spread over two academic years.

      In year one, you will normally complete both compulsory modules worth 45 credits plus a further 45 credits of taught optional modules. In year two, you will normally take a further 45 credits of taught modules and submit the compulsory 15,000-word dissertation (45 credits). This can of course be changed if necessary, as the dissertation can actually be done in either year. However we would always advise part-time students to take 90 credits of taught modules in their first year if they are timetabled in a convenient slot.

      Although not recommended, it is possible for part-time students, who are having difficulties in finding taught modules that fit in with their work timetable, to submit two 45 credit dissertations – one per year. This would then enable you to take only 45 credits of taught modules each year, normally one module per semester.

      Jurisprudence Pathway:
      • Pre-sessional course in mathematics and statistics (OPTIONAL)
      • Pre-sessional course in law (OPTIONAL).
      Compulsory modules

      Dissertation – 45 credits

      Semester one

      • Law and Economics I (for Lawyers) - 22.5 credits

      Semester two

      • Law and Economics II - 22.5 credits
      Optional modules

      A further 90 credits from the optional law and/or economic modules:

      • 90 law credits. Or,
      • 90 economic credits. Or,
      • Combination of 45 credits in law and 45 credits in economic modules
      Economics Pathway:
      • Pre-sessional course in mathematics and statistics (OPTIONAL)
      • Pre-sessional course in law (OPTIONAL).
      Compulsory modules

      Dissertation - 45 credits

      Semester one

      • Law and Economics I (for Economists) - 22.5 credits

      Semester two

      • Law and Economics II - 22.5 credits
      Optional modules

      A further 90 credits from the optional law and/or economic modules:

      • 90 law credits. Or,
      • 90 economic credits. Or,
      • Combination of 45 credits in law and 45 credits in economic modules.

      Visit the LLM in Law and Economics module page to see the full list of modules available on this course. Please note that not all options will be available every year.

      Contact

      Programme Administrator
      Kate Allen, Joint Programmes’ Administrator (LLM Law and Economics / MSc Law and Finance)
      email:
      Tel: +44 (0)20 7882 7228

      Academic Coordinator
      Dr Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal
      email:


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