The LL.M. degree prepares graduates for opportunities in law teaching, legal research, policy making, public and governmental service, and the practice of law. It does not, however, of itself give entry to the Bar of British Columbia or any other certification for practice, and is not a substitute for an LL.B. The program attracts a large number of candidates with overseas training in common and civil law, as well as those with an LL.B. or J.D. degree from Canada and the U.S.Admission to the Ph.D. Program requires a first degree in law as well as an LL.M. or equivalent from a recognized institution indicating a superior level of academic performance in a field of specialization that will support the applicant's Ph.D. research.
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