With a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree, you can practice law in most of the world’s countries. Some of the LLB academic programs focus on specific sectors of law according to student interests, such as international, criminal and business law.
An LLM is a postgraduate law degree that is pursued by students who want to specialize in a particular area of law. Graduates with this specialized training are often qualified to work in global legal environments.
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Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
As the only four-year Canadian Paralegal Studies program, there is no better place to focus on paralegal education than at The Business School at Humber. Professors in th
Paralegal Studies - A Reputation Second to None
As the only four-year Canadian Paralegal Studies program, there is no better place to focus on paralegal education than at The Business School at Humber. Professors in the program possess a graduate degree, as well as having extensive practical experience in the legal field. Bernie Aron, Program Coordinator of the Paralegal Studies degree program recently received a John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award for his exceptional focus on teaching and learning excellence.
Humber's multidisciplinary approach includes professional training in legal writing, advocacy and negotiations, and legal research. The faculty believes that properly representing a client entails understanding the client's background and motivation; therefore, this program offers courses in psychology, sociology, political science, and the philosophical foundations of the legal system. Work placements offer the on-the-job experience where students will utilize and sharpen new competencies....
Unlike law school, which trains people to be lawyers, this undergraduate program will help you to understand law as a multidimensional and complex social...
Bachelor of Arts in Law and Justice
The Law & Justice Program is a multi-disciplinary program, and courses are taught by faculty with expertise in law and law-related disciplines (Indigenous studies, political science, and political economy, history, philosophy, psychology, and sociology), and also by faculty who are experienced lawyers and judges.Unlike law school, which trains people to be lawyers, this undergraduate program will help you to understand law as a multidimensional and complex social phenomenon. Of course, it also provides an excellent foundation for law school studies. As a Law & Justice student, you will acquire general legal knowledge and skills, as well as study in greater depth particular areas of the field that interest or concern you. You will study conventional, traditional and alternative forms of justice and dispute resolution, as well as comparative, theoretical and historical perspectives.The Law & Justice program at Algoma University offers three- and four-year degrees in Law & Justice both as a single major (single specialization) or double major (combined specializations) with other subject areas (political science, Indigenous studies, history, sociology, psychology, English, and others). A minor is also available and can be combined with any other majors....
No two professional degrees are more coveted than the LL.B. and the MBA. The University of Ottawa’s joint LL.B. - MBA Program creatively combines these two powerful disci
Two Powerful Degrees
No two professional degrees are more coveted than the LL.B. and the MBA. The University of Ottawa’s joint LL.B. - MBA Program creatively combines these two powerful disciplines into a single four-year curriculum.
The LL.B. - MBA Program provides students with exposure to a unique community of business and legal leaders in both the public and private sectors. Through numerous externships available in the Faculty of Law and consulting projects offered by the School of Management, students can gain valuable work experience for academic credit during each of their four years of study. In addition to private sector placements, externships exist with the courts, federal tribunals, government agencies and departments, and non-governmental organizations. In recognition of the complementary skills required for success in both business and law, students can earn both their MBA and LL.B. degrees in less than four years....