Minimum upper second-class degree in law (or degree with a substantive legal component) from an approved University or an equivalent standard in other qualifications approved by the University; work experience also considered.
Months of entry
Insurance law is a complex and intriguing subject that is fascinating to study and offers a multitude of rewarding career prospects. Insurance Law is in the midst of an unprecedented phase of reform and redevelopment, with long-standing principles being amended by the courts and Parliament. The Law School is home to one of the UK’s leading research centres in this field, contributing to industry and government initiatives on insurance fraud, flood risk and the rise of ‘big data’. The LLM in Insurance Law offers the opportunity to study insurance in depth and to reflect on the interaction of insurance with aspects of personal life, business risk and international trade.
Compulsory modules: Insurance Law; Marine Insurance
Optional modules: Two modules to be chosen from: Insurance Law, Marine Insurance; International Commercial Arbitration; International Trade Law; International Marine and European Environmental (Liability) Law.
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Course contact details
- Business and Law
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