LLM - Master of Laws degree
Osgoode Hall Law School's Osgoode Professional Development (OPD) is committed to providing lawyers with the best in graduate education through a range of specialized, reflective and sophisticated offerings leading to a Master of Laws (LLM) degree.
Unlike other LLM programs, the courses in OPD’s Part-time LLM are developed specifically for post-LLB/JD students. The curriculum assumes that not only do you have a law degree, but that you've also practised law.
Osgoode is one of Canada's oldest and most prestigious law schools, with a reputation for academic excellence.
Streams and Specializations:
Osgoode Professional Development Program offers a two-year part-time LLM Program. Classes are taught in downtown Toronto at the Osgoode Professional Development Centre, located at 1 Dundas Street West, 26th floor.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. An interview and/or writing sample may be required.
Over 15 different streams to choose from:
- Administrative Law
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Banking & Financial Services
- Business Law
- Charities and Not-for-Profit Law
- Civil Litigation & Dispute Resolution
- Constitutional Law
- Criminal Law & Procedure
- NEW! Energy and Infrastructure Law
- Family Law
- Health Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- Labour Relations & Employment Law
- Municipal Law
- Real Property
- Securities Law
- Tax Law
OPD also offers a one-year, full-time LLM program for international students and a one-year, full-time general LLM:
- General Master of Laws
- Master of Laws in International Business Law
- Professional LLM Specializing in Canadian Common Law
International Student Requirements:
Refer to the international credentials information for your country.