Master des Monats
Der Master of Laws (LLM) der University of Sydney
The Master of Laws (LLM) is Sydney Law School’s flagship postgraduate degree. It is an advanced learning masters degree for law graduates seeking to enhance their learning in the field of law and to develop specialist legal skills and knowledge that are relevant to the practice of law, to the provision of legal services, or to academia.
You can choose from the entire range of units on offer in the Law School’s postgraduate program, making it a highly flexible degree that permits you to tailor a program to suit your academic and professional needs. Further, it allows you to broaden your skills and areas of knowledge in subject areas not previously covered in study or in professional practise and advance your learning in particular areas of law through focused study.
Units are taught by academic staff from the Sydney Law School, honorary academic staff, visiting scholars, and local and international experts. The vast majority of these units are also available to candidates enrolled in other specialised Masters programs, enhancing the interdisciplinary quality of the LLM.
Areas of specialisation
- Administrative & Government Law
- Asian & Islamic Law
- Climate Change Law
- Commercial, Corporate, Finance and Business Law
- Dispute Resolution
- Energy & Resources Law
- Environmental Law
- Health Law
- Human Rights Law
"The reason I choose to enrol at the masters program at the University of Sydney Law School was because the University offered a great variety of courses within the areas of law I wanted to specialise in. Having so many units to choose from I could design my degree to fit both my needs and my interests. I was also drawn to University of Sydney for it’s fantastic reputation and its high international ranking."
Karolina Sibirzeff, Master of Laws (LLM), Sweden