What is a Dissertation?
A dissertation, sometimes known as a thesis or final assignment, will be a document of 10,000 words or over. The document will present the findings of the results of research into a specific area of the law studied. LLM courses are extremely specialised and in depth exploration of a specific area of law is required.
A great deal of thought should be given to the subject to be studied. Sufficient time should be allocated by students to possible areas of research and to hopefully choose exactly the right one for them. Once a decision has been made in relation to the subject matter of the LL.M dissertation, it will be very difficult and time consuming for the student to change their mind. It is therefore important that the correct decision is made initially.
Once the student has decided on the subject matter they must consult with their tutor as to the suitability of the subject towards the LLM qualification. Often LLM courses require the submission of a written outline before the dissertation subject is accepted.
Precious little guidance is given on the writing of a dissertation and yet it is an important ingredient of the LLM qualification. Do not leave writing an Outline or Dissertation to chance. Contact www.law-essay.com for guidance and assistance.