The Graduate Diploma in Commercial Law is a qualification in its own right. It is designed to offer focused specialisation in aspects relevant to Commercial law. It is suitable for students who are eligible for admission to the LLB but who do not wish to register for the full degree, or require a bridging qualification for entry into postgraduate study on, for example, the LLM.
The Graduate Diploma is comprised of four modules.
Two Compulsory Modules
- Commercial Law
- Contract Law
Two optional modules
- Company Law
- Conflict of Laws
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Intellectual property
- Employment law
- International commercial law
The academic direction of the Graduate Diploma in Commercial Law is provided by a Consortium of outstanding University of London Law Schools: Birkbeck, King’s, LSE, Queen Mary, SOAS and UCL. Three of these (UCL, King’s and LSE) are ranked in the top 20 worldwide for Law (QS World Rankings 2018) and in the UK’s top ten (The Complete University Guide 2018).
Upon graduation, you will be able to use the Graduate Diploma in Commercial Law as a bridging qualification for entry into postgraduate study on, for example, the LLM.