The core of our Masters in Law program is the general LL.M. (without concentration). This program offers the greatest flexibility in terms of elective course choices and research topic. In general, eligible candidates can be admitted to the general LL.M. with a research proposal in any area of law, provided there is an appropriate supervisor available. Applicants interested in those fields in which we offer a specific concentration can choose to apply to either the general LLM or to the specific concentration, depending on what course of study they wish to pursue.
Applicants to the general LLM must choose one of two formats to complete the degree: LL.M. with Major Research Paper or LL.M. with Thesis.
We invite you to explore the Program Requirements and Course Descriptions.