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Dispute Resolution Masters (LLM): After you graduate

Where this course will take you

By the time you complete the Dispute Resolution LLM, you will have acquired significant practical research and analytical skills, and dramatically enhanced your career options in dispute resolution departments of professional law firms or other areas where the ability to resolve disputes is significant.

For practising legal professionals, an LLM will help you improve and focus your career towards the areas that interest you most. You will expand the scope of your knowledge and use your dissertation as an opportunity to carry out independent research in the area that interests you most.

Graduate destinations

Alumni of Kingston Law School are currently working in roles such as:

  • partner, Norton Rose Fulbright;
  • regional specialist EMEA, anti-bribery & corruption, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK);
  • trainee solicitor, Blaser Mills Solicitors;
  • founder, Campbell Johnston Clark;
  • legal & regulatory policy compliance manager, Kingston University;
  • general counsel and company secretary, Pool Reinsurance Company Limited;
  • procurement and contracts graduate scheme, Fluor;
  • senior associate, Nabarro;
  • bar training, BPTC Student;
  • trainee solicitor, Guile Nicholas Solicitors;
  • trainee solicitor, Adams and Remers;
  • freelance legal consultant, JLB Law;
  • principal (immigration law), VC Legal;
  • judge, Crown Court Worcester;
  • partner, Carter Bells;
  • partner (family law), Adler Fitzpatrick Solicitors LLP;
  • diversity and community relations judge, Judge of the First-tier Tribunal (IAC);
  • solicitor, Locum;
  • HR consulting, Freelance;
  • president, Surrey Law Society;
  • barrister, Garden Court Chambers;
  • IBM Global Services Negotiations, IBM;
  • tutor, University of Law;
  • assistant solicitor, Rose & Rose;
  • trainee, Rose & Rose;
  • interest rate derivatives paralegal, FPG Solicitors;
  • paralegal, Russell Cooke Solicitors;
  • partner, Carter Bells;
  • lawyer, Government Legal Services;
  • barrister, Doughty Street Chambers; and
  • legal Advisor, Kingston University.

Kingston University supports our graduates with the new Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) visa. This allows non-EEA graduates who have an outstanding business idea to put into practice in the UK, and who do not have a job offer, the opportunity to stay in the UK for up to 12 months (which might be extended for an additional 12 months).

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