Studying for an LLM in Human Rights or Social Care Law at Cardiff - Professor Luke Clements
Over the last 50 years, the human rights revolution has had a huge impact on virtually every state. Throughout the world, global and regional human rights treaties are infusing domestic legal codes and reconfiguring
many civil law and common law principles.
The LLM (Human Rights Law) route aims to provide a sound knowledge of the theory and impact of the major UN and Regional Human Rights Conventions, in relation to civil, political, socio-economic and cultural
· excellent student satisfaction
· a challenging and wide range of modules to cater for different student
· excellent teaching, student support and research facilities
· students from a wide variety of backgrounds
· extremely relevant to those interested in or already working in the
fields of health, social care and poverty alleviation – both in the
independent and statutory sectors
· ability to make a difference to the lives of people whose civil and
human rights may be threatened
· efficient and friendly administrative support
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