Master Of Laws
The Master of Laws is an advanced academic degree, pursued by those holding a professional law degree, and is commonly abbreviated LL.M. (also LLM) from its Latin name, Legum Magister, where the double L stands for the Latin plural, because both profane and ecclesiastical law are included. (For female students, the less common variant Legum Magistra may also be used.) The University of Oxford names its taught masters of laws B.C.L. (Bachelor of Civil Law) and MJur (Magister Juris), is named either MPhil (Master of Philosophy) or MSt (Master of Studies).
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... Students who successfully complete the course are awarded a Master of Laws degree in Military Law ... electives offered by the school's four academic departments Administrative and Civil Law, Contract and Fiscal Law, Criminal Law, and International and Operational Law ... of the four academic areas in conjunction with the Master of Laws ...
... degree in International Law offered by The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, the oldest school of international affairs in the United States ... Given that the degree specializes in international law, and is not teaching a first degree in U.S ... law (the J.D ...
... degree program allows specialization in a particular area of law ... CSL’s Master program specializations are Private (Business) Law, Public Law, Criminal Law and International Law ...
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