Doctor Of Philosophy (Law)

by | Mar 13, 2019

The PhD (Law) is a research-based programme that provides students with the knowledge of theory and application of the law. The programme will provide a platform for students to undertake independent research in various areas of law like Corporate Laws, International Business and Trade related laws, Healthcare and Medical Laws as well as Human Rights and Liberties, just to name a few. Graduates of this programme will be sought-after as individuals who would be able to research and to contribute towards the development of the law.

1. Research Methodology

Students are required to pass the Research Methodology modules (6 credit hours) in the first year of their candidature. Students will also be required to complete Seminars on Legal Research Methods.

2. Publication

Students will be required to publish at least one (1) refereed journal article as a graduation requirement.

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