The Master of Laws degree offers a choice of over 40 topics for either general study or specialised research. It is a very flexible programme, offering participants the ability to study by thesis alone, or by combining short research paper courses and a dissertation.
LLM students develop in-depth expertise in particular fields of legal specialisation, broaden their knowledge in a range of legal subjects, and combine law study with related disciplines. Students get the chance to undertake research under the supervision of expert staff in the School of Law | Te Kure Ture.
UC ranks in the top 150 universities in the world for Law (QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2019).
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Students can either complete:
- LAWS 674 Dissertation
- LAWS 670 Legal Research Methods
- LAWS 671 Legal Research Paper 1
- LAWS 672 Legal Research Paper 2
- LAWS 673 Legal Research Paper 3