LLM - Social Care Law
Social care law, including the law relating to disabled people, older people, people with mental health problems and children with special needs affects virtually every person in the UK at some time in their lives.
Law and policy in these areas account for over £40 billion expenditure per annum. It directs the employment of many hundreds of thousands of professionals and lay advocates in the statutory and independent sectors
as well as affecting the lives of over 6 million carers.
Despite the fundamental importance of the law in these fields, its study has been largely neglected by university Masters programmes. The LLM (Social Care Law) addresses this omission by focusing on community
care and mental health law, policy and practice in England and Wales.
· the only programme of its kind
· taught by leading experts in the fields of mental health law, children’s
law and community care law
· students from a wide range of backgrounds
· closely linked to the Centre for Health and Social Care Law
· especially relevant to health and social care activists and professionals
· working in the independent and statutory sectors, and those interested
in this as a career
· excellent teaching, student support and research facilities
· efficient and friendly administrative support
UK & EU Full Time (fees are for 2015/16, unless otherwise stated):
UK & EU Part Time (fees are for 2015/16, unless otherwise stated):
International Full Time (fees are for 2015/16, unless otherwise stated):
International Part Time (fees are for 2015/16, unless otherwise stated):
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