Entrants to LLM courses usually fall into in one of four categories:

  • they are professionals, often working in legal practice, and they want to increase their qualifications and specialisms in order to enhance their career prospects
  • they are looking for a change of career or a change of specialism
  • they want to complete their education
  • they are considering an academic career

The flexibility of the LLM (General) has meant that graduates have gone on to pursue careers in all aspects of the legal profession, from private practice, or as as in-house counsel, to working for governments or NGOs, as well as PhD study and academia.

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