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Welcome to Osgoode’s LLM in International Business Law. This one-year, full-time Professional LLM program is designed to give law graduates and lawyers from around the world advanced training in international business law. Award-winning faculty teach the latest developments in international trade law, international finance, international business transactions, taxation of cross-border transactions and other related topics.

The program has been designed to provide students with knowledge in critical, core international business law courses while also creating the opportunity for students to pursue their own academic interests through electives. Upon completion of the academic year, many of our students have the opportunity to gain exposure to the North American legal workplace through our internship program.

Sound like the perfect fit for you? Peruse our website to find out more about how
the LLM in International Business Law can help you achieve your goals, or contact Sophia Seventikidis, our LLM Admissions Assistant, to begin your application so that you can become the next graduate of the International Business Law LLM at Osgoode Hall Law School.

View Dean Lorne Sossin's welcome message

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Thanks...from around the world.
Osgoode Hall Law School and OPD’s International Business Law LLM students -
with graduates from countries including Bahrain, China, Colombia, Mexico, India, Germany, Nepal, Germany, Barbados, Pakistan, the UK, Venezuela, Russia and Nigeria - would like to thank the following organizations for their involvement in
the 2013 IBL Internship Program.
Fall 2013 Convocation

Fall Convocation was held on Wednesday, October 16th. Osgoode Professional Development congratulates those who graduated from both the Professional
LLM Programs and full-time LLM in International Business Law. Wishing you luck in your future endeavours!

Class of 2011, Convocation

Please note that the LLM in International Business Law program does not

qualify students to practise law in Canada.