Law (Osgoode Professional Development)

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With part-time, full-time and distance learning options, the Osgoode Professional LLM degree program provides the flexibility you need to fulfil your professional development goals and further your career. Specially designed for lawyers, executives and experienced professionals wanting to develop their expertise in a particular area of law, this program complements your busy schedule and provides the option to focus on one of 14 law specializations.

Osgoode Professional Development also offers the broadest range of programs available in Canada for internationally-trained lawyers and law graduates. ther you are looking to specialize with a professional graduate degree or start the process of qualifying to practise common law in Canada, there’s a learning option to suit your needs.

For more information visit Osgoode Professional Development's website: http://www.osgoodepd.ca/graduate-programs-and-courses/

Degrees Offered

Canadian Common Law LLM

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General LLM

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LLM in International Business Law

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Professional LLM

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Tax Law LLM

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