This LLM program was formerly known as Alternative Dispute Resolution.
This highly lauded two-year, part-time Professional LLM program balances theory and practice to create a unique learning experience. Students will have the chance to step outside the existing limitations of traditional conflict resolution processes and explore new approaches to resolving disputes. Students will also explore underlying causes of conflict among people and organizations; examine the methods available to resolve conflicts; learn to function more effectively when resolving conflict as a representative or a neutral; and, improve their analysis, problem-solving and negotiation skills.
The degree requirements will be satisfied upon the completion of 36 credits; 12 credits of required coursework, a Major Research Paper or Major Research Project worth 6 credits, and 18 credits of elective coursework within the DR specialization.
This cutting-edge and comprehensive LLM combines theory and practice in a series of intensive courses (typically four and a half consecutive days including one Saturday). Lectures are enhanced with class discussion and role-playing scenarios. Classes must be attended in-person in Toronto. All required and elective courses are 6 credits each.
Note: Faculty, curriculum, course descriptions and degree requirements are subject to change without notice.
Fall 2016 and Fall 2017
Director, Mediation Intensive Program (2012/2013), Osgoode Hall Law School
Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School
“Right from the start, in my first class at Osgoode, I realized that I was embarking on a unique journey that would far exceed what I had expected from the program. The diversity of students, the downtown location, the cohort system, the part-time schedule, the experienced professors and expert guest lectures combined to create a superior learning experience that I will carry with me for a lifetime.”
MA, LLM (ADR) CHRP
Chief Human Resources Officer, Royal Victoria Hospital of Barrie