Why the City LLM in International Economic Law?

The LLM in International Economic Law Programme is designed to offer students an intensive course of study of the law and practice of cross-border business transactions. Students are trained for practice in key areas such as international sales and finance, M&A (mergers and acquisitions), WTO law and international banking law. Skills training modules ensure that graduates of the LLM in International Economic Law programme are able to conduct both practical work and independent research in relevant

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A specialist LLM in International Economic Law will be of interest to those who wish to focus on legal aspects of international economic activity.

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A specialist LLM in International Economic Law will be of interest to those who wish to focus on legal aspects of international economic activity.

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The process of economic globalisation is placing demands on scholars, lawyers and regulators that traditional legal education is increasingly unable to meet. Open to students with first degrees in law and cognate subjects, this LLM programme is founded on the belief that the distinctions that largely inform and underlie academic disciplines and carve up the study of law into discrete subjects - public and private, domestic and international, the polity and the economy, the social and the legal- cloud analytical judgment and limit the range of possibilities of normative renewal in the realm of global economic governance.

The programme thus draws both on the 'law-in-context' tradition in Kent Law School and on the 'world society' approach informing much work in International Relations at Kent and at the School to offer a highly integrated interdisciplinary perspective on the global economy. The LLM programme in International Economic Law at BSIS is coordinated closely with its sister programme, the MA programme in International Political Economy. Students in this LLM programme also have the advantage of being able to select from elective modules offered in the cognate fields of International Relations and International Conflict Analysis. The LLM programme provides the knowledge, conceptual tools and analytical skills appropriate for the development of careers in international organisations, international law firms, governmental and non-governmental organisations in the fields of trade and finance, and international business.Ciaran Cross
Ciaran is ICTUR's Researcher. He holds a Graduate Diploma in Law with distinction and is currently studying for an LLM in international economic law, justice and development. He has a background as a trade union lay representative in the charity sector. Ciaran previously produced legal analysis and research for leading NGOs, including the European Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights in Berlin, where he worked on business and human rights issues, and strategies for enforcing corporate accountability. He has published research on human rights, trade and investment law, and acted as a legal consultant advising Greenpeace on the TTIP trade agreement. Ciaran will assist with the updating of a new edition of the reference book Trade Unions of the World, and with ICTUR's monitoring of and responding to trade union rights violations, and will contribute generally to our research, advice, and advocacy work.
LLM in International Economic Law

LLM in International Economic Law at SOAS, University of London

To qualify for this specialist Master degree in International Economic Law, you must complete a total of 180 credits.

You must complete at least 90 credits of taught modules in the specialist pathway as well as a dissertation (of either 30 or 60 credits) in the same area of specialisation. Below are the specific modules for this Specialist LLM in International Economic Law:

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Ashraf holds a BA in Political Science and Economics from Cairo University and an LLM in International Economic Law from Warwick University (1999). In addition, he is a Yale World Fellow (2007) and a Munich Young Leader (2012). Ashraf is a visiting lecturer of Foreign Policy at the American University of Cairo (AUC). He also writes op-eds for Egyptian and international journals and newspapers, most notably the Financial Times (UK), Global Policy Journal (UK), the Yale Journal for International Affairs (USA), Die Zeit (Germany), and Süddeutsche Zeitung (Germany).

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International Economic Law LLM Why study International Economic Law

The Specialist LLM in International Economic Law concerns largely the regulation of economic activity from an internationalist perspective. This could range from the regulation of free trade and competition, to the use of energy.