The International Human Rights Law courses form part of a wider LLM programme at Leicester De Montfort Law School and for added flexibility, in addition to the Human Rights modules available, students may choose to study modules from the other LLM pathways:
Employment Law and Practice
Environmental Law and Practice
Medical Law and Ethics
Business Law / International Business Law
Available modules from other courses include:
Issues Relating to the Creation and Saving of Life; Mental Health; Expert Evidence; Issues Relating to the Termination of Life; Medical Negligence; Consent and the Situation of Incapacitated Patients; Patient Safety, Quality and Professional Regulation in Healthcare Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; People Management within Organisations and Equal Opportunities in the Workplace.
To gain a named award in International Human Rights Law, the Core Module plus one full 30 credit module from the Human Rights Law modules must be studied. Thereafter, there is free choice across all modules.See the International Human Rights Law modules.