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LL.M. with Specialization in Women’s Studies

  • University of Ottawa
  • Responsable(s) de la formation : Sochetra Nget
  • Adresse : Faculty of Law Graduate Studies Fauteux Hall 57, Louis-Pasteur St. Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5, Ottawa
  • Téléphone : (613) 562-5774
  • Email administratif : llmphd@uOttawa.ca
  • Site Internet : Consulter

Application

Candidates to the LL.M. are admitted on the basis of the quality of their complete application file.  Important elements considered by the Admission Committee include, but are not necessarily limited to, academic achievement, relevant professional experience, subject area of interest, research proposal submitted and language ability. 


Eligibility for admission


To be considered for admission to the master of laws (LL.M.) program, applicants must have an undergraduate law degree from a Canadian university with an average of at least 70 % (B), calculated in accordance with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (FGPS) guidelines, or an equivalent foreign law degree with comparable results. Particular attention is paid to relevant legal experience, prior research and letters of reference.


Applicants who have not studied in French or in English must also provide proof of sufficient aptitude to study at an advanced level in French or in English.

Admission

Candidates to the LL.M. are admitted on the basis of the quality of their complete application file.  Important elements considered by the Admission Committee include, but are not necessarily limited to, academic achievement, relevant professional experience, subject area of interest, research proposal submitted and language ability. 


Eligibility for admission


To be considered for admission to the master of laws (LL.M.) program, applicants must have an undergraduate law degree from a Canadian university with an average of at least 70 % (B), calculated in accordance with the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (FGPS) guidelines, or an equivalent foreign law degree with comparable results. Particular attention is paid to relevant legal experience, prior research and letters of reference.


Applicants who have not studied in French or in English must also provide proof of sufficient aptitude to study at an advanced level in French or in English.

Curriculum

Two compulsory Law courses:

  • Legal Research Methodology
  • Contemporary Issues in Law

Two compulsory courses in Women's Studies:

  • Feminist Theories
  • Feminist Methodologies
  • Research Paper

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Programme

Two compulsory Law courses:

  • Legal Research Methodology
  • Contemporary Issues in Law

Two compulsory courses in Women's Studies:

  • Feminist Theories
  • Feminist Methodologies
  • Research Paper

For more information : click here