UCL Laws LLM Competition Law & Environmental Law specialisms featured in LLM Guide 2019
18 March 2019
In the recently updated LLM Guide 2019, the UCL Laws LLM specialism in Competition Law and the Environmental Law and Policy specialism have been featured
The LLM specialism in Competition Law at UCL Laws has once again been featured by the LLM Guide (2019).
The LLM in Competition Law offers students the opportunity to be taught by world leading competition law scholars from UCL Laws alongside guests including policy makers, practising lawyers and economists.
Students are part of the UCL Centre for Law, Economics and Society (CLES). Founded and led by Professor Ioannis Lianos, Chair of Global Competition Law and Public Policy at UCL Laws, the CLES is a vibrant community of leading competition law scholars that organises and is heavily involved in a number of public policy debates with students and visitors.
Find out more about the LLM Competition Law specialism.
The students are part of the UCL Centre for Law and the Environment, which organises a number of environmental law events for students and visitors; and are taught by prominent environmental law scholars from UCL Laws, alongside guests including policy makers, practising lawyers, and those working for NGOs.
Find out more about the LLM Environmental Law and Policy specialism.