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Master in Laws with course-based option (without concentration)

The Master in Laws with course-based option (without concentration) can take you just twelve months to complete. You will enjoy a vibrant academic life in Canada’s capital, where Parliament, the Supreme Court and numerous federal agencies and influential organizations and groups converge to create a rich intellectual network from which to learn. Faculty of Law graduate programs combine professors’ expertise in common, civil and Indigenous law, reflecting Canada’s multiple legal traditions. 

This program offers the greatest flexibility in terms of elective course choices and research topic.

The Master in Laws with course-based option (without concentration) will enable you to: 

  • Share complex legal ideas, in writing and in person, with professionals or the general public.
  • Explore the law’s capacity to resolve complex social, economic, environmental and other problems.
  • Learn to interact with experts in various fields working on meeting multifaceted legal challenges and find solutions. 
  • Work as a legal advisor or public policy professional in government ministries and bodies, private organizations and NGOs.

Overview: Master in Laws with course-based option (without concentration)

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