- Initial education, Full-time
- Legal Practice
University of Saskatchewan
The College offers programs of study leading to a Master of Laws degree in areas of public and private law. Admission to undertake studies in a particular area of the program will depend upon the availability of faculty supervision in the areas of Aboriginal Law, Criminal Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law and Human Rights, Environmental Law, Agricultural Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Every effort is made to structure the programs to meet the needs of the individual student. Candidates are required to complete a minimum of 9 credit units, 3 of which must be in Legal Theory. All students must undertake original research leading to a thesis of publishable quality.
The thesis is written under the supervision of a designated faculty member and, upon completion, is read by an appointed Advisory Committee. An oral examination before this Committee and an external examination are also required.
Pas de formation professionnelle pour cette organisme.