UCL Faculty of Laws


UCL Laws LLM (Master of Laws) modules for the 2021-22 academic year announced

8 February 2021

UCL Laws is pleased to announce the list of available LLM modules for 2021-22 is now available to view on our website.

Students at the UCL Laws LLM induction talks in September 2019

Update (26.03.2021): Given that we have already received a very high volume of competitive applications to the LLM at UCL Faculty of Laws, we will now be closing applications for entry in the 2021/22 academic year on Friday 16 April 2021 at 5pm British Summer Time (BST).

On the UCL Laws LLM (Master of Laws) programme, we offer a huge range of taught modules. From corporate law to criminal law; environmental policy to international law; and litigation to legal theory, there are numerous possible combinations of study to suit your legal interests and career ambitions.

Further details of the LLM modules, including the syllabus and reading materials, will be published later in the year so we encourage applicants to regularly check our website. 

Please note that the taught modules offered on the LLM programme vary from year to year. Modules are subject to cancellation and module convenors may change. Applicants are therefore advised to check this site regularly for further updates prior to the start of the programme in September. 

View LLM modules for 2021-22

UCL Laws LLM Online Open Days

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Visit our LLM Online Open Days page to find out more about upcoming Open Days and opportunities to meet UCL Laws staff and students. You can also watch presentations and sample lectures from our academics and find out more about the LLM programme.

Studying for a 10-month LLM programme at UCL Laws 

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LLM degree specialisms for 2021-22 

In addition to the general LLM programme, we offer a number of specialist degree programmes. If you want to study an LLM with a specialism, you should apply to the relevant LLM specialism route.