The Faculty of Law offers degree programs at the undergraduate, master and doctorate levels and also a pathway that assists foreign-trained lawyers with completing the courses required to practise law in Canada.
The Juris Doctor is a three-year degree program with a reputation of providing students with a strong foundation in the law plus an array of opportunities for them to specialize in particular areas of interest. A four-year Juris Doctor/Masters of Business dual-degree program is also offered with the Faculty of Business.
The Master of Laws is a one-year research degree program which enables law students, lawyers and academics from related disciplines to hone legal expertise and conduct advanced research.
The Doctor of Philosophy is a three-year research degree program that attracts aspiring legal academics who have already completed a postgraduate degree in law.
The Internationally Trained Lawyer Pathway is for foreign-trained lawyers who want to practise law in Canada. The program allows students to complete courses required by the National Committee on Accreditation.