On this page you can find the full list of modules available on the LLM and Diploma programmes at Queen Mary University of London.
Please note: It may be possible to choose up to 60 credits from other LLM programmes and still qualify for your chosen degree. More information on this will be available at induction.
These lists are subject to change. Not all of the modules listed will be available in any one year and the semesters they are held will be made available close to induction.
Certain combinations of modules may be restricted or required – see the individual module description for more details. These are also subject to change but will be confirmed prior to module selection.
Modules 225-230 are only available on the LLM in Art, Business and Law programme and specific LLM specialisms. See module overviews for more information.
Art, Business and Law LLM >>
Banking and Finance Law LLM >>
Commercial and Corporate Law LLM >>
Competition Law LLM >>
The program comprises 120 compulsory credits:
You can then choose 60 credits of modules from the entire LLM programme. Examples of modules you might like to choose include:
Common Law Theory and Practice LLM >>
Comparative and International Dispute Resolution LLM >>
Criminal Justice LLM >>
Environmental Law LLM >>
European Law LLM >>
Human Rights Law LLM >>
International Economic Law LLM >>
Intellectual Property Law LLM >>
International Business Law LLM >>
International Shipping Law LLM >>
Insurance Law LLM >>
Please note that the modules shown here are subject to change. For information on modules offered by the School of Economics and Finance, please consult the module directory.
A further 90 credits from the optional law and/or economic modules.
Please note: not all modules will be available in one year. Semesters will be made available closer to induction.
See the full list of optional modules:
Law and Economics LLM >>
Public International Law LLM >>
This information is subject to change
SOLM926 Dissertation (5,000-word essay)
In addition to compulsory modules students will take electives from the following specialisations.
See our Online Learning module page for more information about these modules.
International Tax Law LLM >> / Tax Law LLM >>
Technology, Media and Telecommunications LLM >>
If you apply for the Laws LLM your final degree certificate will show Master of Laws. If you wish your degree to show expertise in a specific area of law then you should apply for one of our specialised LLM programmes.
On the Laws LLM you select credits of taught modules from the majority of available LLM modules.
Note: Not all of the modules listed will be available in any one year and semesters listed can be subject to change. Any modules not available in the forthcoming academic session will be marked as soon as this information is confirmed by teaching academics. Modules 225-230 are only available on the Art, Business and Law and specific LLM programmes.
Laws LLM >>
Full list of LLM programmes >>