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The global trade in art is now estimated at over $45 billion (TEFAF Art Market Report 2017). In this growing and evolving market, the need for experts to negotiate, defend, analyse and understand the art world is ever more apparent.

Art law is an exciting and fast-developing area, tackling issues surrounding the legal treatment of fine art and cultural heritage. Our LLM in Art Law is a unique collaborative and interdisciplinary course, co-taught by academic specialists from York Law School and the Department of History of Art.

You'll gain a deep understanding of the complex legal, artistic, social and ethical issues in the art world, and learn essential skills of analysis and negotiation.

A wide range of networking opportunities and masterclasses - in addition to a compulsory field trip - means you'll gain practical, in-depth knowledge of the field, invaluable for careers in the trade or further academic study.

Annual tuition fees for 2018/19

Study mode            

    UK/EU   

      International

Full-time (1 year)

£9,850

£18,460

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UK/EU or international fees? The level of fee that you will be asked to pay depends on whether you're classed as a UK/EU or international student.

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Careers and skills

Graduates from York Law School are widely in demand in the legal sector. Since 2009, an average of 94.2% of our graduates have secured employment or further study six months after leaving York.

You'll get active support in careers and development planning, both through structured sessions and workshops, and individual advice from our Employability Tutor.

We encourage you to get involved with our Careers and Development Programme. The bespoke programme includes several employers, providing an insight into the legal profession and the relevant recruitment processes. There is also help available for those of you who are thinking about non-legal employers or academic routes following your LLM.

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