The second cohort of LLM students took their places for the running of the Masters degree in Advocacy at the University of Strathclyde.

The course, which is led by Dame Elish Angiolini QC and Professor Peter Lyons comprises 5 residential weekends in Glasgow which are spaced about 2 months apart.

The LLM has attracted 17 students which is a large number for the second running of a Masters course, but the first one was so well-received, it is not surprising.

The first module which was held in October concentrated on Case Analysis and Communication Skills and there was an excellent session on Ancient Rhetoric by Professor Mark Poustie.

AuthorNicolas Gruszka