Law Wellness Week, November 13 - 16, 2018 -- Join Us (A girl is in the country-side, facing away from the camera, stretching her arms behind her head, as if doing yoga, or taking a break from running.)
Can The Police Force Me To Unlock My Device?  Encryption, Privacy and Security In The Digital Age; November 15, 2018; Gowling WLG (Vancouver); Reception: 5:00pm-5:45pm; Lecture: 5:45pm-6:30pm; Q&A To Follow
The Next Generation: Student Success From The Class Of 2018, Dylan Gibbs, Supreme Court Clerk
Dean Paul D. Paton

Dean Paul D Paton

UAlberta Law is one of Canada's top law schools, and the oldest in western Canada. Our alumni include former Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed, former Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, three provincial chief justices, numerous influential business leaders and many accomplished lawyers, judges, administrators and scholars.

We offer undergraduate Juris Doctor (JD), masters (LLM) and doctoral (PhD) programs.

Want to study law? Our Juris Doctor (JD) program combines solid fundamentals with a wide range of specializations. Learn more about our application requirements and applicant profile pages. The JD program application deadline for 2019 is November 1, 2018.

 

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We also offer masters (LLM) and doctoral (PhD) programs for those looking to teach law or do high-level legal research. Find out more on our graduate application requirements page.
We also offer masters (LLM) and doctoral (PhD) programs for those looking to teach law or do high-level legal research. Find out more on our graduate application requirements page.

The Faculty of Law is one of the Canada’s leading law schools, and is ranked by Times Higher Education among the top law schools in the world. The Faculty offers Master of Laws (LLM) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) graduate degrees that provide opportunities for students to engage in advanced legal research under the supervision of leading scholars with expertise in a broad range of subject matter.

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