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LL.M./First-Year Programme

Research Development Workshops and Intensive Courses

The LL.M/First-Year Ph.D. Programme aims to provide LL.M. and doctoral researchers with opportunities for intensive engagement with permanent and visiting faculty, in order to assist in the iterative development of their research design and enhance scholarly literacy. This takes several forms during the year:

September - October 2016

Induction Courses



December 2016

6, 7, 9 December 2016 Theory Lab: Professor David Dyzenhaus (University of Toronto) and Professors Nehal Bhuta and Urška Šadl (European University Institute)

15, 16 December 2016 Research Question Workshops 


March - April 2017

20-21 March 2017 February Paper Presentations

22-24 March 2017 Intensive course: Law and Economics - Professor Simon Deakin (University of Cambridge)

24-28 April 2017 Intensive course: Qualitative Methods for Socio - Legal Inquiry - Professor Tobias Kelly (University of Edinburgh) and Professors Claire Kilpatrick and Nehal Bhuta (European University Institute) 





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