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LLM in Canon Law

The LLM (Canon Law) provides an opportunity for postgraduate study in the canon law of the churches of the Worldwide Anglican Communion, particularly that of the Church of England, and the Roman Catholic Church, and the law of the State applicable to these churches.

The LLM (Canon Law) was first introduced in 1991, as the first degree of its type at a British University since the Reformation, when the study of canon law was abolished at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. The degree is research-led and has attracted students of the highest quality, including secular and ecclesiastical judges, university academics, barristers, solicitors and clergy from both the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches.

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