LLM Law - Employment, Work and Equality
At a critical time for workers’ rights around the world, our LLM in Employment, Work and Equality Law offers you an opportunity to develop a deep understanding of relationships between law, regulation, policy and practice – and graduate to meet a growing demand for specialist lawyers with the knowledge and skills in this important field.
The LLM in Employment, Work and Equality has been well received by trade unions and NGOs as a distinctive programme that offers more than traditional courses in employment law. It provides an in-depth, intensive study of wide-ranging issues analysing domestic and international law, the role of human rights in regulating the labour market, the representative scope of trade unions, treatment of migrants at work and equality more generally.
Choosing our LLM in Employment, Work and Equality means you will be challenged and inspired by world-leading labour lawyers dedicated to progressive and innovative thinking around employment, work and equality law – with those teaching the course belonging to the Law School's Centre for Law at Work.
The intellectually demanding, research-rich curriculum they deliver makes our graduates stand out, able to demonstrate excellent legal, analytical and research skills and empowered to pursue top-flight careers in a variety of sectors.
University of Bristol LLM students have gone on to work with international law firms, in leading employment sets, as barristers in chambers or are involved in policy-making through trade unions, employers’ organisations and NGOs. Find out how you can do more with law at the University of Bristol Law School.
UK/EU Full-time: £10,900
Overseas: Full-time: £20,900
UK/EU: Part-time (two years): £5,450
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