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Title :

Law PhD/MPhil


Course Info:

  • Institution
  • Destination
    United Kingdom
  • Intakes
    September  
  • Duration
    4 - 3 Years
  • Fee
    £ 12,500

Description :

Bangor School of Law welcomes applications from suitably qualified graduates to read for the degrees of PhD, MPhil and LLM Res by research.
For a PhD degree, you are expected to present the results of your research in a thesis which represents a significant original contribution to knowledge in the subject area studied, and to undergo a viva voce examination. For an MPhil (Master of Philosophy) degree, you are expected to successfully complete an approved programme of supervised research, and to present your results in a thesis.

All research students are allocated to a supervisor with a research interest in your chosen topic of study. Your supervisor will provide advice and guidance on your choice of topic; advice on the literature in your field and how to access it; advice on your choice of research methods; advice on thesis structure, content and presentation; critical appraisal of drafts of your thesis; and, in the case of PhD students, advice on preparation for your viva voce examination.

Research Areas
Applications are particularly welcome from graduates with an interest in pursuing a research degree in one or more of the research areas currently represented with the School.
Law with specialisations in:
European Law
European Internal Market
Public Procurement
Competition Law
Global Economic Law:
Intellectual Property Law
WTO Law
International Commercial Arbitration
International Insurance Law
International Sales Law
Maritime Law
Private International Law
European Union Internal Market/Competition Law
International Law:
Public International Law
International Human Rights Law
European Human Rights Law
International Criminal Law
UK Commercial Law:
Corporate Finance Law
Commercial Law
Company Law
Corporate Governance
Consumer Law
Mergers
Banking Law
Arbitration Law
Employment Law
Environmental Law
Social Care Law
UK Public Law:
Public Law
Law and Religion
Administrative Law
Judicial Review
Law and Devolved Government
Media Law
UK Private Law:
Land Law
Equity
Torts
Family Law
Criminal Law
Evidence
Legal History
Contract Law
Law of Trusts
Jurisprudence
Course content is for guidance purposes only and may be subject to change.



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