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Commercial law master's courses – University of Reading

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Commercial law master's courses

At the Reading School of Law, we offer a wide range of postgraduate courses in the area of international commercial law.

Our LLM courses are unique in that they offer students a multidisciplinary perspective through core and optional modules run by the School of Law and Henley Business School. 

It is evident that  commercial and corporate law issues are linked to financial issues. Our LLM programmes aim to equip you with the knowledge, skills and practical tools needed to not only gain a thorough understanding of how the global economy and finance is regulated by law, but also to advance your career in a dynamic professional environment.

"These LLM courses, providing a platform to analyse the legal and financial implications of complex issues, are invaluable in developing lawyers capable of the innovative thinking our profession needs to distinguish itself."."

Michael E Hatchard

Partner, Mergers and Acquisitions and Corporate, Practice Leader Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP & Affiliates

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The LLM International Commercial Law provides an overview of the main commercial law issues that arise in a multiplicity of transactions. It covers those aspects of law that commercial law practitioners could expect to encounter on a regular basis, including employment law, competition law, and IP law. The overarching aim of this course is to facilitate the recognition and appreciation of international commercial law, and permits detailed study of some aspects of law.

You can choose to follow a specific pathway alongside your LLM, focusing on an area of law that interests you. Our pathways are:

apply for a master's course in commercial law

Come to an Open Day for more information about any of our master's courses or what it's like to study at the School of Law. 

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