LLM (Applied Law)
MASTER YOUR CAREER
New in 2019
The College of Law now offers Master of Laws (Applied Law) programmes in New Zealand. Based on the College’s highly regarded LLM (Applied Law) programmes in Australia, the new LLM programmes are developed for New Zealand practitioners, by leading local practitioners.
If you are a practising lawyer looking to further your career or develop a practice, you will have the choice of two practice area majors being offered:
Coming in 2020
- Criminal Law
- In-house Practice
Why study your Masters with The College?
The focus of the LLM programmes is on developing technical and practical proficiency through innovative problem-based learning. Our programmes rely on learning by doing — the application of legal skills to realistic tasks and scenarios that practitioners encounter in practice.
The programmes facilitate flexibility and easy access with online delivery, regular communication with lecturers and support by practitioners from the relevant areas of legal practice.
Whatever your goals may be, the LLM (Applied Law) is designed to enhance your on-the-job skills and give you the edge you need to take your career to the next level.
The College's LLM programme was absolutely what I was looking for to be able to learn more about the disciplines required and challenges to working effectively as an in-house lawyer. It was a great experience to actually practise what we were learning together in mock mediations and negotiations as a part of both our learning and assessments. I know I use these skills on a daily basis when working through different issues, even if I'm not consciously realising it at the time!
You can choose to complete the LLM (Applied Law) with a major in Family Law or Wills, Estates and Trusts.Read more
Intakes and subject calendar
The programme offers four intakes throughout the year, with each study period running for 12 weeks.Read more
How to enrol
Enrolments are now open!
To enrol in the programme, please fill out the LLM Application Form
Please check you have the following:
- Certified hard copy of official academic transcript or graduation certificate (LLB, JD, DipLaw). You may also upload a certified colour copy of your transcript when enrolling online
- Hard copy Application for Recognition of Prior Learning if applying for credit or complete online
- Proof of name change (if applicable)