University of Toronto Law School Degrees - Undergraduate and Graduate
Law undergraduate (LLB) and graduate (LLM, LLD, MJur, JSD, DCL or PhD) degree programs provided by University of Toronto.
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Undergraduate Law DegreesAcademically, at the undergraduate level, the main program the Faculty offers is the Juris Doctor (JD) which is to be pursued as a first degree in law 'following three or four years of an undergraduate degree.' The JD may be combined with a Certificate in Environmental Studies, a Master degree in Business Administration, Economics, Information Studies, International Relations, Russian and East European Studies, or Social Work, or a Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, Philosophy, or Political Science. Students may also study abroad at one of numerous partnered institutions in Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
Graduate Law DegreesFor graduate students, the Faculty affords a Master of Laws (LL.M), Master of Studies in Law (MSL), primarily designed for 'established scholars in disciplines related to law,' and Doctor of Laws (S.J.D.). LL.M. students may pursue expertise in a variety of areas including Constitutional Law, Health Law and Policy Coursework, International Law Coursework, and Legal Theory Coursework. However, both LL.M and S.J.D students may engage in collaborate graduate programs in Bioethics and Women's Studies, which are designed for students interested in pursuing interdisciplinary education and/or research in those areas.
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