LLM (Master of Laws) Programme
LLM Law and Economics
If you wish to obtain a Master of Laws (LLM) in Law and Economics you must study 120-credits of Masters level taught modules including a minimum of 60-credits of qualifying taught modules from the list below and the compulsory 12,000-word Independent Research Essay must also be written on a topic related to the chosen specialist degree. You may take more than 60-credits of qualifying taught modules if you so wish.
The remaining credits can be obtained from studying other Masters level taught modules on offer in the Faculty of Laws. Subject to approval, this can be amended to include a maximum of 30-credits of Masters level taught modules from another faculty or department at UCL.
Any LLM Law students can study the below modules, even if they do not wish to study the Master of Laws (LLM) in Law and Economics.
Qualifying modules in 2017-18
|Module Name||Credits||Term||Day, Time|
|Competition Law (EU and UK) (LAWSG015)||30||1 & 2||Mon, 18:00-20:00|
|Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights (LAWSG158)||15||1||Tue, 16:00-18:00|
|Economics in Competition Law and Practice, The Role of (LAWSG102)||15||2||Tue, 18:00-20:00|
|Global Competition Law (LAWSG046)||15||2||Tue, 16:00-18:00|
|Law, Economics and Society: The Foundations of Capitalism (LAWSG042)||15||1||Mon, 16:00-18:00|