UCL Faculty of Laws


Meet UCL Laws at the LLM (Master of Laws) Open Evening

05 December 2018, 5:30 pm–8:00 pm

Student induction 2017

If you are thinking about postgraduate study, why not join UCL Laws at our graduate open evening on Wednesday 5 December

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UCL Faculty of Laws
Bentham House
4-8 Endsleigh Gardens
United Kingdom

Join UCL Laws at a special evening event following this year's UCL Graduate Open Day to find out more about your options at London's leading multidisciplinary university.  

On Wednesday 5 December from 5:30pm, our historic home, Bentham House, will host talks and discussions from UCL Laws staff, students and alumni at our LLM (Master of Laws) Graduate Open Evening.

The Graduate Open Evening is an opportunity to hear from UCL Laws academics on hot topics in law today, including topics at the forefront of economic, political, and social debates. 

Whether you’ve just completed undergraduate studies, or you’re already in practice our LLM (Master of Laws) programme offers a wide variety of taught modules where you can explore your intellectual interests freely or choose to specialise in a particular area of legal research.

On the LLM (Master of Laws) programme at UCL Laws you'll be joining our fantastic community of some of the brightest and most ambitious graduate students from all over the world. We look forward to seeing you soon. 

Registration is essential to secure your place

UCL Laws Graduate Open Evening

Wednesday 5 December
Registration opens at 5.30pm, event start at 6pm - 8pm 

Professor Piet Eeckhout, Dean of UCL Laws - Welcome 

Professor Maria Lee, Vice Dean of Programme and Delivery, Co-Director UCL Centre for Law and the Environment  - Overview of the Master of Laws (LLM)

Dr Kimberley Trapp, Senior Lecturer in Public International Law - 'Humanitarianism – to intervene, or not to intervene: that is the question’

Professor Carsten Gerner-Beuerle, Chair in Commercial Law - 'Pseudo-foreign companies, Brexit and the disappearance of legal personality'

Dr Deni Mantzari, Lecturer in Competition Law and Policy - 'Addressing the ‘losers’ in essential services: Implications for regulation and competition policy'

Opportunity to ask questions of UCL Laws academics and alumni

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