Both the faculty that teaches the Master of Laws (LL.M.) and the students who study it are hugely diverse, bringing the broadest-possible range of thought, approaches and experiences, and the highest-possible standards of both faculty and student body to the program. In a truly international atmosphere you’ll open your own mind to new ways of thinking and different perspectives on tackling the same challenges, learning from your fellow students just as you do from the faculty.
The backgrounds, academic excellence and diversity of thought represented in the students who study our Master of Laws (LL.M.) make this an elite class profile:
The faculty of the Master of Laws (LL.M.) are more than just legal experts. They’re standard-setters in the legal practice and research, global leaders whose insights and expertise are unmatched and cutting-edge. You will learn how the legal sector works and is managed from the people who have seen it firsthand, at the very top.
Students are secure in the knowledge of the faculty’s expertise, not just in the general practice of law, but in specific areas increasingly needed in law’s international modern landscape. With extensive backgrounds in legal practice and research at a global level, their profound knowledge is what makes the Comparative Law methodology such a compelling, uniquely effective education experience.
With the results of their research frequently published in books, academic journals, case studies and working papers, they are routinely called upon to offer their insights at conferences, symposia and lectures worldwide. Collaboration with our world-leading educational partners also brings visiting professors from all over the world, further exposing students to real-world scenarios and the latest trends in other jurisdictions.