Durham, its staff and its students
Durham Masters of Law programmes comprise a year's study alongside highly committed students and staff in our state of the art Law School in Durham City. Our academic year runs from October to September, with teaching taking place primarily in Michaelmas and Epiphany terms with the summer devoted to the completion of a dissertation.
Our courses are taught by our excellent and friendly staff focusing upon Durham Law School’s research specialities. Students are taught by research leaders who are committed to both teaching and research at the highest levels.
Our LLMs are cosmopolitan degrees, with students and staff from all corners of the globe. Prospective international students should follow the link to the Durham International Students Association to see just some of the support offered and events taking place at Durham to welcome our international students. Also, for life after graduation, have a look at what our international alumni associations offer to Durham University alumni.
We offer four named specialisms in addition to the General LLM:
- LLM International Trade and Commercial Law
- LLM European Trade and Commercial Law
- LLM Master of Laws (the general LLM, with modules from both specialisms)
- LLM Corporate Law
- LLM International Law and Governance
Our LLM degree is very popular and thus places fill up fast. We would strongly encourage all applicants to apply early for a place. Learn more about how to apply.
Durham Law School’s research specialities are at the heart of our LLM courses. Students are taught by leaders in the fields of internatioal, commercial and European law. To see what kind of research takes place in Durham, why not visit Institute of Commercial and Corporate Law, Durham European Law Institute and Law and Global Justice sites for some specific examples of our world-leading research?