The LL.M. (master of laws) is an internationally recognized postgraduate law degree. An LL.M. strength just usually does not allow one to practice law; in most cases, LL.M. students must earn a professional degree
An LLM is a postgraduate program for law students who want advanced training and knowledge in a particular area. Specialization areas may include commercial law, finance, human rights law, tax law, and international business law.
The metropolitan area of New Zealand, Auckland has built its reputation upon the solid grounds of best educational standards. Auckland is home to many reputed educational institutions. University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology, Manukau Institute of Technology and Massey University are the most prominent names.
The Master of Laws (Applied Law) in Common Law Practice (NZ) is designed to meet the needs of the New Zealand legal profession for higher level, practice-based skills acq
THE LLM (APPLIED LAW) COMMON LAW PRACTICE
The Master of Laws (Applied Law) in Common Law Practice is designed to meet the needs of the New Zealand legal profession for higher level, practice-based skills acquisition across a range of specialized practice areas.
Six of the initial subjects of this programme is also designed to equip foreign qualified lawyers with the knowledge and skills needed to pass the six subjects New Zealand Law and Practice Examination (NZLPE).
NZLPE Part I (New Zealand Legal System) - NZLP1 Constitutional and Administrative Law Practice (New Zealand)
NZLPE Part II (Law of Contract) - NZLP2 Commercial Contracts Practice (New Zealand)
NZLPE Part III (Criminal Law) - NZLP3 Criminal Law Practice (New Zealand)
NZLPE Part IV (Property) - NZLP6 Property Law Practice (New Zealand)
NZLPE Part V (Law of Torts) - NZLP5 Personal Injury and Torts Practice (New Zealand)
NZLPE Part VI (Equity) - NZLP7 Wills, Estates and Trusts Practice (New Zealand)
WHY A MASTER OF LAWS (APPLIED LAW)?