The International Bar Association (IBA) and King’s College London are now collaborating to offer an Executive LLM focused on preparing students to confront some of today’s most challenging global legal issues.

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In-house and private practice lawyers can advance their careers

As King’s College London website details, the program “is a two-year advanced Master of Laws course for ambitious commercial, in-house or regulatory lawyers, keen to build on their achievements and develop their careers.”  The program brings together a wide-range of international legal perspectives and expertise.

Study remotely from anywhere in the world – and in London

Course content is focused on equipping lawyers with advanced legal, commercial and policy knowledge — as well as sector expertise. The Executive LLM is conducted primarily online, with 5 mandatory immersive weekends over a 2 year period.  The immersive weekends are taught at The Dickson Poon School of Law on the King’s College London Strand Campus.

For more information about the course please see the program website here:

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The International Bar Association (IBA), the world’s leading organisation of international legal practitioners, bar associations & law societies.

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