Law: Professional Development

Professional Development provides you with up-to-date knowledge and skills in your field and is an ideal way to boost your career prospects

Many people enhance their professional knowledge and career prospects by undertaking continuing professional development therefore we offer many of our post graduate modules as stand alone modules.  If you are interested in studying a single module please contact Dr Paul Arnell to establish the suitability of the module and its availability. Through flexible study you can update your knowledge and skills and fit your study around your other responsibilities. Some modules or short courses are delivered fully online including:

Most of the modules on the Aberdeen Business School postgraduate programmes can be taken on a free-standing basis and may contribute to your own Continuing Professional Development (CPD).  Since these form part of an assessed learning programme they provide you with an accredited qualification as well as giving you up-to-date knowledge in the subject area of your choice.

Other modules offered are:

  • Accounting & Finance/Business Administration/Law/Marketing
  • Project Management/Construction Law & Arbitration/MSc Oil & Gas Accounting/MSc Strategic Quality & Performance Management modules
  • LLM Oil & Gas Law Modules
  • Info Management/HR Management/Communications & Media
  • Public Policy

For more information on CPD opportunities at Aberdeen Business School email

  1. Adjudication Decision Writing

    Adjudication Decision Writing looks at the facts and legal issues in an adjudication under the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 required in the preparation of an adjudication decision

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CPD Contact

If you are interested in studying a single module please contact Dr Paul Arnell.

  • Paul Arnell

    Paul Arnell

    Dr Paul Arnell is a Reader in Law. His research interests are within public international law, particularly in international criminal law, extradition, jurisdiction and human rights.