LLM in e-commerce & Maritime Law
Σε συνεργασία με: University of Hertfordshire


Περιγραφή Προγράμματος

The rationale for this programme is that it examines the nature of contract in the context of E-Commerce and the law relating to data protection and electronic finance as well as it extends students’ knowledge of the law relating to shipping and to international trade.
The structure of the programme is designed in such a way in order to offer candidates the opportunity to acquire knowledge, skills and understanding in order to face the challenges of the dynamic and complex environment of law.

Students are expected to gain knowledge and understanding of, for example:

the nature of contract in the context of E-commerce
the domestic and international regulations of the terms, conditions and mode of operation of those conducting E-commerce business
the types of contracts, contracted issues and potential liabilities involved in establishing and effective trading website
the concept of privacy within the framework of the Data Protection Act 1998
the regulation of credit transfers and other internet payments in an international context
the law relating to shipping
marine insurance
ancillary contract
the ship as property
the choice of law/jurisdiction clauses
the different types of international commercial contracts and the respective implications for the parties involved
the various international conventions applicable to international trade
a consideration of bills of lading

Κριτήρια Εισαγωγής

The normal admission requirements for the programme are as follows:

Academic Qualifications

The candidate should possess one of the following qualifications:

A good honours law degree (i.e. 2:2 or above) from a British University or its equivalent from a Greek or an overseas institution of higher education; or
A good honours degree (i.e. 2:2 or above) in a law related discipline from a British University or its equivalent from a Greek or an overseas institution of higher education.
A "Law related discipline" is a Degree directly related to the proposed LLM pathway. For example this would include:

Maritime - All Business Degrees, Maritime Studies Degrees, International Relations Degrees, International Trade Degrees and International Marketing degrees.

International - All Business degrees, International Relations Degrees and International Politics Degrees.

E-Commerce - Computer Science Degrees, Business Computing Degrees, Engineering Degrees, or

Qualified lawyers with appropriate work experience, or
Equivalent alternative qualification in conjunction with appropriate work experience.

Motivational Qualifications

The LLM Programme Tutor will look for a high degree of motivation on the applicant's part and will ensure that the candidates are fully aware of the implications of pursuing one of the LLM Programmes. In addition, the applicant will be informed of the strict conditions for the completion of the coursework, the exams and the dissertation.

Language Requirements

Candidates should have English language ability to a level, which will allow them to both contribute to and benefit from the LLM Programmes. For non-native English speakers, a TOEFL score of 550/213 or equivalent is required.

The overriding criterion for admission to the LLM is that applicants must have the academic and motivational ability to attain Master's degree standard. The LLM Programme Tutor in collaboration with other members of staff team will arrange interviews as appropriate prior to admission.

Πρόσθετες Πληροφορίες

Τίτλος που θα λάβω με τη λήξη των σπουδών:
Masters in Law

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Διάρκεια Φοίτησης:
Tα προγράμματα που οδηγούν στην απόκτηση Master's διαρκούν από 12 έως 24 μήνες.
Τα μαθήματα διεξάγονται συνήθως το απόγευμα ώστε να διευκολύνονται όσοι σπουδαστές εργάζονται.