LLM in International Law

Master of Laws (LLM) in International Law

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The LL.M in International Law is modeled upon programmes offered around the world. There is no need to enter a foreign university to learn the fundamental concepts of international law that pervade any basic LL.M in International Law. The LL.M is taught in the English language. The LL.M may be completed within two semesters, but students are given five years to complete the programme including the written submission of a thesis and oral defense.

Required Courses

1. Professional English Language

2. Legal Method, Skills and Reasoning

3. Methods of Legal Argument

4. Public International Law

5. International Commercial Law

6. Private International Law and Ethics

7. International Commercial Arbitration

8. Psychology for lawyers

9. Management for lawyers

10. Internship or Internship Substitute

11. Thesis I

12. Thesis II (Defence)

13. Master’s exam

Elective Courses

1. Company Law

2. Tax Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan

3. Business Litigation Practicum

4. Law of Energy and Natural Resources

5. Intellectual Property Law

6. International Banking Law

7. International Commercial Arbitration Practicum

8. Administrative Law RK

9. Introduction to the Legal System of KZ

10. Corporate Finance

11. International Taxation

12. International Investment Disputes

13. Mergers and Acquisitions

14. Constitutional Law of RK

15. Selected Graduate Topics in Law

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