Masters in Law
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What is an LLM degree in law?
The LLM – short for Master of Laws – is an internationally recognized postgraduate law degree that is usually completed in one year of full-time studies. It’s different from a JD or an LLB, which are first law degrees and are generally required to practice law.
What is the difference between the I-LLB and the LLM?
The i-LLB Law Degree can be completed online, which means you can earn a qualifying law degree flexibly at the time and place that suits your lifestyle. The LLM is a globally recognised postgraduate degree, undertaken by students from different academic backgrounds.
How long does it take to get an LLM?
An LL.M. is usually obtained by completing a one-year full-time program. Law students and professionals frequently pursue the LL.M. to gain expertise in a specialized field of law, for example in the area of tax law or international law. Many law firms prefer job candidates with an LL.M.
What are the different types of specialized LLM programs?
Typical specialized LL.M. programs include tax law, business law, commercial law, international law, or arbitration. Having specialized in a particular area can then open new career opportunities including complete switches in practice areas.