Law Graduate Programs
The Faculty of Law offers programs of graduate study leading to the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and a Master of Laws (LLM). The Faculty also offers programs of joint study with the Faculty of Business leading to a combined MBA-JD program. Please note that an LLM degree does not entitle the holder to practice law in Canada.
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About UAlberta Law
(4 days ago) UAlberta Law curriculum is a long-recognized strength of the Faculty, is core to our learning experience and is greatly enriched by our engagement with the Alberta bar and judiciary. We preserve the teaching of the core foundations of the law, while encouraging new and innovative approaches to legal education.
Academic Resources UAlberta Law
(9 days ago) Welcome to the Faculty of Law! Please view the resources on the right sidebar for information on courses, exams, and the upcoming 2021-2022 academic year. Online Code of Conduct and Expectations at the University of Alberta, Faculty of Law.
Master of Laws UAlberta Law
(1 days ago) 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. LLM students are required to articulate and defend a thesis, demonstrating proficiency with relevant scholarship and an ability to make an original research
Faculty & Research UAlberta Law
(9 days ago) The Faculty of Law's full-time professors and emeritus faculty members include many internationally recognized scholars contributing to a wide range of areas of legal research. We also have a large team of sessional instructors, which includes practicing lawyers, business leaders and administrators employed in a wide range of fields.
Admissions UAlberta Law
(6 days ago) Students wishing to pursue a doctorate must submit a formal application for admission to the PhD program. The minimum grade point average for the graduate program is a 3.0 on the University of Alberta's 4-point scale. However, the competitive GPA for the PhD program usually satisfies or exceeds 3.5 or the international grade equivalent.
Juris Doctor UAlberta Law
(Just Now) The University of Alberta Faculty of Law's Juris Doctor three-year degree program is well-known within the legal community for providing students with the knowledge to succeed in the profession. Students receive a strong foundation in the law and its origins, meaning and limits, while also having flexibility to customize their studies.
Student Legal Services UAlberta Law
(7 days ago) Student Legal Services of Edmonton (SLS) is a student-managed, non-profit society dedicated to helping low-income individuals and University of Alberta students with access to justice in Edmonton since 1969. Student volunteers from the University of Alberta Faculty of Law provide free legal information and agency in the courts to those who would otherwise be unable to afford these services.
Doctor of Philosophy UAlberta Law
(1 days ago) Doctor of Philosophy. 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. By the end of their degree program, PhD students must articulate and defend a thesis which embodies the results of original investigations and analyses, and
Scholarships & Awards UAlberta Law
(8 days ago) The University of Alberta Faculty of Law provides more than $1.3 million to students each year through scholarships and awards. We are committed to making law school accessible and to ensuring that the cost of a legal education is not a barrier to entry. $456,000 academically based scholarships. $117,000 leadership/service awards. $100,000
Intro to Copyright Law University of Alberta
(5 days ago) Maintaining this balance is central to interpretation in copyright law (Théberge v. Galerie d'Art du Petit Champlain inc . ,  2 S.C.R. 336, para. 30). Familiarity with these five key concepts should help both creators and users of copyright-protected materials to think more clearly about their respective rights.