Postgraduate Law Courses
Kingston Law School has a long and excellent reputation for providing masters courses designed to meet the demands of today's organisations and the ever changing global economy.
If you choose to study our Dispute Resolution LLM or General Law LLM students who complete both the Evidence and Arbitral Award module and the Arbitration module, achieving 55% in both, qualify for membership of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb). Students are then able to sit a further Award Writing examination. If they receive 70% in this examination they will receive exemption up to module 4 of the Arbitration pathway of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) and are able to take a further examination with the Institute (a peer interview), success in which gives them Fellowship of the CIArb. This is a highly prestigious and valued qualification; it is the only globally recognised qualification in Arbitration.
Our courses suit the needs of new entrants to specialist areas as well as those with more advanced strategic aims and those seeking professional career progression. Law courses can be studied full-time or part-time to suit whichever method you feel will enhance your study experience.