City Law School moves LLM modules to Greece

The City Law School has revealed plans to hold its Maritime Law LLM modules in Greece; a world-leading centre for shipping.

The modules, offered by The City Law School, will be taught in English and delivered in weekend blocks to accommodate students who work full-time. They will start in March and September this year.

Anthony Rogers, the director of the LLM in Maritime Law, said: City already attracts a large number of Greek students to the wide-ranging courses that it offers. This is a great opportunity for us to offer some of the modules to students who have employment or family commitments in Greece.

The modules will include: Carriage of Goods by Sea, Admiralty Law, Marine Insurance, International Sales Law and World Trade Law. They will be taught in the Laskaridou Library of Piraeus close to Athens.

To subscribe to our free Lawyer News Daily news and comment email, click here. Or get the latest news, features and comment as it’s published with our free RSS feed.