Master of Law in Property and Estate Law offer advanced study of the legal regulations which govern the various forms of ownership and tenancy in real (immovable) property and personal (movable) property. Related postgraduate specialisms include Intellectual Property Law, and Technology and Communications Law. Entry requirements usually include an undergraduate degree in an appropriate Law subject.
Master of Law in Property and Estate Law natural progression for any recent law school graduate who is looking to deepen their knowledge in all aspects of real estate law. After successful completion of the course, lawyers will gain a deeper understanding of property law and be able to offer specialist services within this field.