Part time Law Degree in Criminal Law

Best Part time Masters of Laws (LLM) in Criminal Law 2019

LLM is Latin for Legum Magister, signifying Master of Laws. Our Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program in American Law is a one-year graduate program. Foreign law graduates who successfully complete the program are awarded the degree “LL.M. in American Law.”

Part time Master of Laws in Criminal Law

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LLM in International Criminal Law and Procedure

London South Bank University
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years September 2019 United Kingdom London

This LLM course covers the concepts of enforcement of the international criminal law. Focus on international crimes such as genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and aggression. [+]

With over 30 years of expertise, LSBU Law has shaped the professional futures of thousands of law students.

This LLM course covers the concepts and enforcement of the international criminal law, It focuses on international crimes that fall under the jurisdiction of international criminal courts and tribunals (genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and aggression). The core principles, law, and institutions of international criminal law are contextualized against international law and human rights, and international humanitarian law.

7 reasons to study Law here Expert academics:taught by expert academics and practitioners. A number of Visiting Professors and Lecturers will teach on the course. All are leading practitioners with a national reputation in the fields of international criminal law and human rights. Professional links: Through our growing pool of visiting fellows and professors, the Law Department has developed a strong network of contacts with leading law practitioners in the UK. Dynamic research: benefit from engaging with highly qualified academic staff. Free iPad: Advanced technology and e-learning, a free iPad will support your studies. Comprehensive reading resources: via our virtual learning environment, a personal e-law library worth £6,000. Employability: graduate with the necessary knowledge and skills to work in the fields of international criminal law and international criminal procedure (either in the UK or abroad) as advisors, experts, researchers, and policymakers. Great teaching: The LSBU Law Department has a strong set of experts, consultants and international advisors in the field of international criminal law and hosts a number of annual events and... [-]

LLM in Crime and Litigation

London South Bank University
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years September 2019 United Kingdom London

Understand the key principals that ground the UK criminal justice system. Gain an in-depth and systematic understanding of criminal litigation and criminal justice. [+]

With over 30 years of expertise, LSBU Law has shaped the professional futures of thousands of law students.

Through critical and comparative studies of justice and the criminal litigation process, this course will give you a demonstrable understanding of the key principles that ground the UK criminal justice system, its issues, approaches, and topical debates.

If you are a recent graduate, or already working within the criminal justice field, you'll further your academic and practical knowledge of the litigation process. The programme is also highly relevant to human rights workers and policy agents working in the UK or abroad. Upon completion, you'll have acquired an in-depth and systematic understanding of criminal litigation and criminal justice and will be able to work at the cutting edge of practice and research in these areas.... [-]


LLM in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice

University of Birmingham - College of Arts and Law
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years September 2019 United Kingdom Birmingham

This pathway draws upon Birmingham Law School’s (BLS) long-standing research strengths in the areas of criminal law and criminal justice. Criminal Law is concerned with the most potentially invasive assertion of authority by the state: if you fail to comply with the law you will be punished. This pathway provides a holistic analysis of the criminal process through an analysis of the law, its philosophical underpinnings and its operation in practice. [+]

This pathway draws upon Birmingham Law School’s (BLS) long-standing research strengths in the areas of criminal law and criminal justice. Criminal Law is concerned with the most potentially invasive assertion of authority by the state: if you fail to comply with the law you will be punished. This pathway provides a holistic analysis of the criminal process through an analysis of the law, its philosophical underpinnings and its operation in practice.

Students can study to attain a broad overview of criminal justice processes or specialize in particular aspects as diverse as underpinning theories, policing, health aspects of criminal justice or indeed international aspects of law enforcement co-operation. Many modules have been created and are taught by leading scholars in the particular field and students benefit from close contact with researchers.... [-]


LLM in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice

Edinburgh Law School - The University of Edinburgh
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years September 2019 United Kingdom Edinburgh

This programme offers the ideal opportunity to study contemporary debates in both criminal law and criminal justice at an advanced level. Our wide portfolio of courses will help you understand the key concepts and theories underpinning criminal law and criminal justice and how they operate in practice. [+]

Programme description

This programme offers the ideal opportunity to study contemporary debates in both criminal law and criminal justice at an advanced level.

Our wide portfolio of courses will help you understand the key concepts and theories underpinning criminal law and criminal justice and how they operate in practice.

It is suitable for students who have studied law at the undergraduate level and wish to develop their understanding of criminal justice in particular. It prepares you for further work in this area, whether professional or academic.

Programme structure

You must complete 180 credits of study – 60 credits are taken in the compulsory dissertation and the remaining 120 credits are taken in taught courses.... [-]