University of Nottingham Commercial Law Centre
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The University of Nottingham Commercial Law Centre (UNCLC) offers a variety of opportunities for students, academic colleagues and professionals. From studying with us and placement programmes through to our showcase of visiting speakers, the UNCLC functions as a hub of activity for commercial law. 

Junelle Ayettey
This internship was an invaluable experience as I was able to be creative and analytical in writing blogs on current legal developments.
UNCLC Internship 2021, Junelle Ayettey

Study with us

The University of Nottingham Commercial Law Centre is part of the School of Law. In relation to commercial law, the school offers the following programmes:

Every year the school attracts a high number of students from all over the world who take the LLM International Commercial Law, as it is one of its most popular LLM specialisms. The LLM specialism convenor for international commercial law is Professor Estelle Derclaye.

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The UNCLC offers a variety of placement opportunites every year.

This includes previous internships opportunities via partnership with The World Bank Group Insolvency and Debt Resolution team.

Additionally, the UNCLC regularly appoints interns and research assistants to support the activities of the centre.

This page is updated as new opportunities arise, please check here for updates! 

Our partnership with the World Bank Group

Visiting speakers

The UNCLC is delighted to host guest speakers from practice, industry, government and international organisations. Speakers are frequently invited to our commercial law programs and courses giving students and staff the opportunity to hear from and ask questions to leaders in their fields.

Our previous speakers have included Mark Smith and Matt Rigg, Deputy Directors at the UK Government BEIS (Department of Business, Energy, Innovation and Skills) legal advisers; and, Jonathan Orde, Ministry of Justice Legal Advisers – Lectures on various issues in company/insolvency law from the Government perspective and working as corporate lawyers in Government (Autumn term 2016-2020). 

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University of Nottingham Commercial Law Centre

University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD