The first alumni reunion of the Masters in Law and Finance programme (MLF) was held on Friday 2 March at the offices of Hogan Lovells in London. The event was attended by 50 past and present students on the MLF together with John Armour, Hogan Lovells Professor of Law and Finance and Dan Awrey, University Lecturer in Law and Finance.

The MLF, which began in October 2010, is a nine month full time postgraduate course taught jointly by the Law Faculty and the Saïd Business School which offers students with a background in law the chance to develop an advanced interdisciplinary understanding of issues at the intersection of law and finance. 

The first class of MLF graduates have gone on to pursue careers throughout the world at leading international law firms, and in corporate finance, financial regulation and the judiciary.


More details of the MLF programme can be found on the MLF webpages[linkme].