The LL.M. (Master of Laws) program is a one-year post-graduate degree program, for students who have already earned a first degree of law. The Law School plans to offer one or more LL.M. programmes by the autumn of 2019. This graduate program is intended to attract interested candidates from different legal systems and background around the world. Possible areas of specialisation for law school LL.M. programmes will include Sustainable Development & Law (Resources Management Law), Environmental Law, and Gross National Happiness & Law. This program will be made available to Law School’s graduates, lawyers working in firms, government officials, judges, professors, and other interested individuals.
LL.M. programs will be offered in two categories: (1) LL.M by Coursework, and (2) LL.M by Research.