Master of Laws Degrees in Norway 2020

The Master of Laws degree commonly known as the LL.M., is an advanced graduate law degree. Candidates often already hold a first degree in law and are interested in furthering their studies of the law. Obtaining an LL.M. possesses a number of distinct advantages.Students who pursue a LLM (Master of Law) spend one to two years studying a particular area of law. Their advanced training prepares the… Read more

The Master of Laws degree commonly known as the LL.M., is an advanced graduate law degree. Candidates often already hold a first degree in law and are interested in furthering their studies of the law. Obtaining an LL.M. possesses a number of distinct advantages.

Students who pursue a LLM (Master of Law) spend one to two years studying a particular area of law. Their advanced training prepares them to work with specializations such as international law or tax law.

Norway (Norge) is the westernmost, northernmost — and in fact the easternmost — of the three Scandinavian countries. Norway is well known for its amazing and varied scenery. The fjords in the west of the country are long narrow inlets, flanked on either side by tall mountains where the sea penetrates far inland. The ultimate responsibility for the education lies with the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research.

Law Degrees in Norway

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Kuopio, Finland + 3 More

The Master's Degree Program Environment, Natural Resources and Climate Change in Environmental Policy and Law is a new multidisciplinary two-year Master's degree program that ... Read more

The Master's Degree Program Environment, Natural Resources and Climate Change in Environmental Policy and Law is a new multidisciplinary two-year Master's degree program that combines high-level teaching with vocationally-oriented educational objectives. Read less
LLM
01 September 2020
Full-time
2 years
22 January 2020
English
Campus
 
Tromsø, Norway + 2 More

The oceans cover over 70 percent of the surface of the Earth. It is vital for communication, military, and strategic uses and for its living and non-living natural resources. ... Read more

The oceans cover over 70 percent of the surface of the Earth. It is vital for communication, military, and strategic uses and for its living and non-living natural resources. In recent years, there has been increasing importance of the marine biodiversity. The LL.M. programme aims to broaden the traditional approach to the Law of the Sea from jurisdictional issues to also include substantial law such as conservation and sustainable use of biological resources and protection of biodiversity and the environment. Read less
LLM
01 January 2020
Full-time
3 semesters
English
Campus