Check out the list with the different Master of Laws, if you are interested in the Legal studies!

Master of Laws

With a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.), you can follow your affinity for legal studies and increase your opportunities for career development. 

Requirements to the Master of Laws 

While in some countries to practice law, it is enough to hold a Bachelor’s degree in Laws, in others it is a mandatory to obtain a Master of Laws or even becоme a Doctor of Laws. If you are striving for an international career realization, it’s advisable to get acquainted with the relevant requirements for practicing laws. 

Usually, to be able to study Law as a Masters, you must have a relevant Bachelor’s degree. Although, in some cases, professionals in a specific area subscribe for a Master of Laws in order to understand better its legal frames. Examples are Media Law, Corporate Law or Property Law. 

Career opportunities

As jurists are highly sought-after on the labour market, an exciting career awaits you as a Master of Laws. Employment opportunities are very versatile both in large corporations, cantors and public offices. However, obtaining Master of Laws is an excellent preparation for a national or international career.

Depending on your future plans, you can choose between different types of Master of Laws, which will help you become a specialist in a certain area of Laws. 

Here you can find a list of Masters degree programmes in the field of Law.

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