International Social Justice LLM Information
A new approach to human rights and social justice, learners study the concepts and law underpinning human rights, development, and legal empowerment; students also employ a wide range of skills, methods and techniques required to work in domestic and international social justice.
Modules available to study are; Regulation and compliance in a globalised world; legal empowerment and social justice; methods and application of human rights and development practices; international human rights law; international political economy; treatment of vulnerable groups; climate change - law, impact, adaptation and mitigation; dissertation.
We welcome applicants with a minimum 2:2 degree in the relevant discipline; applicants with relevant experience or the ability to pursue the course successfully are welcome; for admission to course of study at the University an applicant whose native tongue is not English must possess a current qualification deemed acceptable by the University as evidence of proficiency in the English language; such a qualification must equate to a minimum average score of 6.5.
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