International Comparative Law



Master of Laws (International & Comparative Law)

The LLM (International & Comparative Law) offers a good mix of public and private international law and comparative law subjects. There are courses that focus on trade, investment and commercial issues; as well as those covering subjects such as public international law, human rights and environmental protection. There are also specialized courses offering a comparative focus on the laws of jurisdictions such as China, the U.S., the E.U., India, Indonesia, Korea and Vietnam.

Students have to choose at least six courses from the International & Comparative Law grouping.

International & Comparative Law courses offered

· Arbitration of Investment Disputes
· ASEAN Environmental Law, Policy and Governance
· Aviation Law & Policy
· Choice of Law for International Contracts in Asia
· Comparative Constitutional Law
· Comparative Corporate Law
· Comparative Criminal Law
· Comparative Environmental Law
· Competition Law and Economics
· European Private International Law
· European Union Law
· Freedom of Speech: Critical & Comparative Perspectives
· Globalization & International Law
· Human Rights in Asia
· Intelligence Law
· International & Comparative Law of Sale in Asia
· International Commercial Arbitration
· International Commercial Litigation
· International Economic Law & Relations
· International Environmental Law & Policy
· International Investment Law
· International Police Enforcement Cooperation
· Islamic Law
· Law and Society in Malaysia
· Law, Governance & Development in Asia
· Negotiating & Drafting International Commercial Transactions
· Ocean Law & Policy in Asia
· Principles of Conflict of Laws
· Private International Law of IP
· Public International Law
· State Building & International Administration
· The Rise of the Law in the Modern World
· United Nations Law and Practice
· World Trade Law