Candidates for the Master of Studies (MSt) in Legal Research must write a supervised thesis of up to 30,000 words, as well as completing a course in legal research method. Students are normally expected to complete the course in three terms though the regulations allow up to five terms in total. While the MSt is a one year research degree in its own right, students may also continue to DPhil status after completing the MSt.

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