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Comparative Commercial Law

Our Masters of Law (LLM) Comparative Commercial Law offers a unique experience and education for professionals needing highly relevant expertise in key areas of law, along with practice of particular relevance to the modern financial and business world.

Key Facts



LLM (Hons) Comparative Commercial Law


Degree Duration

12 Months


Start Dates

January 2024September 2023

Degree Overview

The Masters of Law (LLM) Comparative Commercial Law specialism is ideally suited to students who do not come from a common law system. It explores a variety of legal systems, focusing on how they treat specific areas of law of practical relevance to international business transactions.

The course is delivered by a range of international experts and guest lecturers, from leading academics, researchers, judges, officials and practitioners from various legal systems. In addition, each LLM specialism is led by professional lawyers with extensive knowledge and practical experience in that subject area. Their experience gives you valuable insight into the legal system, helping you to not only apply theory to practice but also network and connect with those in practice.

  • If you meet all the requirements for direct admission to this university, you won’t need to join a pathway course before you apply.

Why Study this Degree

Learn in our London Holborn study centre, in the heart of legal London.

Gain practical legal work experience by working with real clients through our award-winning Pro Bono Centre.

Taught by leading experts, with almost all our tutors having at least one doctorate and practical experience in several jurisdictions

Discover MercyManhattan

The three-floor campus was opened in 2019, offering high-tech spaces and facilities across 95,000 square feet to make your study at Mercy College an amazing experience. With easy access to transit around Manhattan, and further, it’s quick and easy to get to campus. It’s truly the bustling heart of business, culture and education on the US eastern seaboard.

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