Masters of Law (Research)


  • An appropriate four-year degree 
  • Admission to the status of that degree in terms
    of Rule GR7 (a); OR Attained a level of competence as defined by rule GR7 (b);


  • A minimum of two consecutive semesters before the degree may be conferred.


  • A candidate must be committed to rigorous research in an applied context; high-intensity learning that stretches you intellectually and practically; contributing to knowledge in the field of Law and cognate areas in Africa and globally; and making a positive difference to organisations, communities or society.
  • Students on this programme are required to write a dissertation under the selected supervisor.


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