The Master of Laws degree is an advanced, thesis-based, research-intensive program. Students work closely with excellent, dedicated professors with a diverse range of research interests, in a dynamic intellectual environment fostered by workshops, seminars, and roundtables.
The Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba offers an intellectually stimulating environment to domestic and international students seeking graduate education in law. The Faculty is committed to fostering theoretical, doctrinal and inter-disciplinary scholarship of national and international significance.
All students receive individualized, careful supervision as well as fellowship funding. In addition to fellowships and support for conference travel, graduate students are offered their own private study room, the David T. Sgayias Centre, and full access to the fully-networked E.K. Williams Law Library, both located on the Research and Graduate Studies floor of the Law School.
no accreditation exists for this program