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An LLM allows you to legally arbitrage tussles in any field of career specialization. A Master of Law gives wealth of knowledge, most people who graduate from this degree can specialize in any field of legal defense.
LLM 16-30 (out of 34). Master of Laws Degrees in Netherlands
This European Master of Law and Economics (EMLE) programme offers the unique opportunity for interdisciplinary studies of law and economics at two or even three European and Non-European universities. Each partner university awards a Master degree (LL.M. / M.A. / M.Sc.).
VU Amsterdam is the first university in Europe to offer a specific International Business Law degree that combines an outstanding, all-around Master’s in Business Law with a specific focus on one of the most complex legal challenges of our day: sustainability. It took some time for the corporate world to acknowledge the existential threat to mankind that climate change poses. But now, sustainability goes hand-in-hand with business success – and business survival. VU Amsterdam will help you become a lawyer in high demand, in both the public and the private sector.
ITL is a full-time, one-year specialization of the Law LLM graduate program.
This legal Master’s program has deep-rooted multidisciplinary perspectives. Law is the vantage point of our thinking. Classical fields such as Contract Law, Tort Law, the Corporate Form, Insolvency Law, and Regulatory Law will be taught in depth. In order for you to operate in an international context, we will focus on the principles; details of national laws will not be dealt with.
Within the programme lecturers and researchers from various foreign backgrounds work together. The Faculty of Law of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is distinctive in having united EU Law, International Public Law, Internet Governance and Legal theory all in one joint research programme. This approach allows a broad, and at the same time in-depth, analysis of transnational legal issues...
War crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide disrupt societies and pose a threat to international peace and security. Developing theories to understand this human behavior and designing effective strategies to react to these atrocities is extremely challenging. International Crimes and Criminology is an interdisciplinary Master’s programme in which you will learn how to measure and investigate these...
Our LL.M. programme in International and European Law is primarily designed for students who wish to develop their understanding and knowledge of European Union law with the intent of pursuing a legal career with a strong international dimension.
The Master's in European and International Human Rights Law gives the coexistence and interaction of multiple human rights mechanisms pride of place by studying them in a comparative perspective.
When human rights are violated by a particular state, is it more effective to use the national, regional or international human rights protection mechanisms to address the issue? And what mechanism will probably be most effective in addressing specific types of human rights violations?
The multi-layered and legal interdisciplinary nature of children's rights requires specialist knowledge in order to be able to assess its meaning and implications for the position of children.
Leiden Law School is proud to launch an intensive one-year Advanced Master’s programme in Law & Finance. This programme will provide you with the skills to navigate in this complex, international and multidisciplinary area. It has a strong practical dimension and it will give you the tools to understand and work at the intersection of law and finance.
The Advanced Master's in Law and Digital Technologies covers, in a systematical and practical way, the legal and regulatory theory and systems from a diversity of essential topics.
This programme is aimed at both legal professionals and top graduates who wish to acquire in-depth knowledge into the field of civil and commercial law from a truly international perspective.
This programme will provide you with a thorough understanding of the fundamental doctrines of public international law, offering various perspectives from theory and practice.
This specialisation focuses on aspects of European Law - such as human rights, the internal market and the Union's external relations, from a substantive and an institutional law perspective.