The School of Law offers a three-year LLM programme based on coursework and a thesis. Our LLM programme aims to foster a love of the legal study, independent academic thinking and practical problem-solving ability and a strong sense of professional and academic ethics. In order to do so, our programme provides a solid foundation in legal theory and legal knowledge, alongside the ability to critically engage with the law. Upon graduation, our students are armed with strong professional ethics and quality, ready for work in the legal profession.
(1) have a solid grasp of the basic theories and research methods of law; able to critically engage with the law, and be able to use legal reasoning, argumentation, interpretation and other methods to analyze and solve legal problems;
(2) solid writing and reasoning skills, and have the ability to write legal documents; master the basic theoretical knowledge of law-related disciplines (philosophy, history, economics, and political science, among others);
(3) to systematically grasp the professional knowledge of the subject, its theoretical premises and latest developments, and be able to independently and critically engage in academic research;
(4) master the common methods of legal data collection, document retrieval, be proficient in at least one foreign language, and be able to read and use the foreign language materials and literature.
Disciplines and Research Directions
The LLM programme and our staff offer various research directions that the students may pursue, these include: legal theory; constitutional and administrative law; legal history; criminal law; civil and commercial law; litigation law; economic law; environmental and resource protection law; intellectual property law; international law; ethics, politics and legal philosophy; and politics, economics and law. For more information on the research interests and expertise of individual faculty members, see their research profiles.
*Translated and summarized from the “2020正规买球app排行全日制学术学位研究生培养方案” document.
For any inconsistencies, the original Chinese shall prevail.