Civil Litigation & Dispute Resolution Specialization Review
We’re currently undergoing a curriculum review and refresh for this specialization and are not currently accepting new students. We’re happy to get in touch with you to provide more information once it’s available.
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Program OverviewThe two-year, part-time Professional LLM in Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution will enrich and deepen your understanding of contemporary developments in law and the practice of civil litigation and dispute resolution. The expert faculty is comprised of senior academics, practitioners and judges. Students will strengthen their ability to analyze and solve complex litigation problems, develop advanced litigation skills, and focus on solutions to contemporary challenges to the litigation process.
Degree Requirements Overview
Total credits needed: 36
Note that students without a law degree from a Canadian institution are required to take Introduction to Graduate Legal Studies in their first term. For detailed degree requirements see Student Handbook.
|Courses||Course Code||Status||Number of Credits|
|Advanced Trial Advocacy: Empirical and Theoretical Issues||LAW 6705P||Required||6.0 credits|
|Contemporary Issues in Litigation||LAW 6702P||Elective||6.0 credits|
|International Commercial Arbitration||LAW 6298||Elective||6.0 credits|
|Major Research Paper - Civil Litigation & Dispute Resolution Law||LAW 6313P||Elective||6.0 credits|
|The Theory and Practice of ADR (for non ADR Students)||LAW 6301C||Elective||6.0 credits|
|Transnational Litigation||LAW 6701P||Elective||6.0 credits|