Earning a Graduate Certificate in Law may be a good opportunity to specialize your knowledge of a particular area of law or pursue some graduate level education in the field prior to committing to a full law degree. A graduate certificate on its own will not typically qualify you to practice law anywhere as opposed to a JD degree which is the standard professional degree in the US.
You can refine your search for graduate law certificates by program format or location. If you are looking for flexibility you may prefer an online law certificate while if you value face-to-face interaction and local networking you might prefer a campus-based certificate in law. You can use our search to narrow the location by popular city, state or country.
You will also want to select a certificate program that best matches your interests. You may consider International Business Law, Child Care and Law Practice, Finance Law, or Healthcare Law certificates, just to name a few. Start your search today to find the Graduate Certificate in Law to help you meet your goals.
Since 1965, the Institute of Comparative Law has played a central role in graduate legal education at McGill, serving as a vehicle for Master’s and Doctoral students pursuing projects with comparative dimensions. Today, the Institute is at the cutting e...