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Studying Law in Canada

An LL.B. (Bachelor of Laws) degree, despite the name, is actually a degree that builds on a previous undergraduate degree or at least three years of undergraduate study, usually in a related field such as political science, sociology, philosophy, justice studies, or history. However, undergraduate students may also pursue legal studies courses in preparation for a postgraduate law degree. Students must hone their communication, research, and study skills before attempting law school, and a degree in the arts or humanities is a good starting place. Once in law school, students learn a general overview of the Canadian legal system, but may also choose to specialize in areas such as civil or property law, environmental law, criminal law, aboriginal justice, even maritime or admiralty law.



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