Our part-time LLM (NSELP) creates a unique opportunity for you to acquire that in depth knowledge of international, European and national energy law. Leading energy law academics and practitioners ensure that the lessons learned are valuable for any jurisdiction.
Awarded in 2017 by the LLM Guide to be one of the top ten LL.M programs in Energy Law category, this special LLM corresponds greatly to the expectations of its participants. In the words of a Norwegian alumnus of the programme: "the quality of the teaching was impressive, and it managed to combine a high academic standard with a practical approach which ensured that the learning was relevant to my work."
The two-year programme is divided into four teaching modules. For each module, participants spend two weeks at the respective partner university. The blocks are organised as follows:
Electricity and gas: Liberalising and Regulating the Market – University of Groningen
(30 September – 13 October 2018)
Upstream Oil and Gas: Public and Contractual Law Aspects – University of Oslo
(27 January – 9 February 2019)
Energy Investments, Trade and Security – University of Aberdeen
(16 June – 29 June 2019)
Green Energy, Climate and Sustainable Development – University of Copenhagen
The innovative structure allows you to plan in advance and combine the LLM with your current job. You can also decide to enroll for individual modules.
If you would like to know more about the programme and how to apply, please visit www.nselp.eu