Interested in Social Justice? Discover University of Bristol’s new LLM in Employment, Work and Equality.
Press release issued: 27 January 2020
If you're interested in social justice we have the course for you. Our new LLM in Employment, Work and Equality is unique, taught by a world-leading team of labour lawyers and bringing together an exciting mix of subjects unavailable elsewhere.
As part of our Centre for Law at Work, this course will enable you to explore wide-ranging issues from rights of migrant workers and gender in the workplace - to the right to strike and protections for sex workers.
Find out how you can gain a rich understanding of the law, and associated legal methodology, that strives to realise social justice for all. Discover a career that could see you play a role in regulating, influencing and shaping work relations.
Why study at the University of Bristol’s Centre for Law at Work?
Why choose University of Bristol Law School?
- A top 10 Law School in England and Wales* - with Bristol the largest legal region outside of London**
- A top five UK law school for most graduate trainees recruited by top law firms***
- Home to a diverse range of internationally recognised centres of research excellence - and a Law Clinic that enables students to experience social justice first-hand.
- Check your eligibility for a Postgraduate Master’s Loan to help with course fees and living costs while you study a postgraduate Master’s programme. If you are an International student, find out more about our Global Justice and Think Big Scholarships.
The LLM Law - Employment, Work and Equality programme is designed to enrich understanding of employment, work and equality law, investigating the various legal disciplines that regulate work relations. This is an opportunity to examine wide-ranging questions concerning the impact of law, regulation, policy and practice. You will study core theoretical debates and relevant aspects of legal methods, engaging with a variety of institutions, practices, behaviours and ideas. The programme is taught by a world-leading group of labour lawyers with diverse methodological interests who are associated with the Bristol Centre for Law at Work.
*Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020
**CBRE, Law in the Regions
***Chambers Guide, 2018