international trade law in canada-the very best please


pato

I am a recent graduate of law from one of the foremost university in Nigeria and i am interested in getting my llm degree in international trade law form a canadian university.
i would therefore be immensely indebted to anyone who can give me the names of the best 5 universities in international trade law in canada

I am a recent graduate of law from one of the foremost university in Nigeria and i am interested in getting my llm degree in international trade law form a canadian university.
i would therefore be immensely indebted to anyone who can give me the names of the best 5 universities in international trade law in canada
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MT

http://www.llm-guide.com/board/9609

http://www.llm-guide.com/board/9609
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pato

the only university offering llm degree in international trade mentioned in that post is university of ottawa, and the course is offered in french not english. dont you think a person with limited knowledge of french will have problem with the programme?

the only university offering llm degree in international trade mentioned in that post is university of ottawa, and the course is offered in french not english. dont you think a person with limited knowledge of french will have problem with the programme?
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MT

i thought i had read someone saying something about osgoode, as well.

about the uottawa, you don't need to take the courses in French if you register for the general Masters (without concentration). you can then follow all the courses in english, since the university is fully bilingual (that is to say, whatever course you want you can take either in english or in french).

if you want to take the masters with concentration in commerce international, which you saw is in French, you can still do all the assignments in english. more than this i don't know, but i advise you to contact the grad's office. they are really attentive and may help you find your path. maybe they are just a bit busy, since the deadline for applications is right on the way...

from what i can say from here, the university is investing a lot in international law (international trade inclusively), environmental law, and law and technology. those are really the programs in which it excels . i am studying law and technology, and fully enjoying my time in ottawa

i thought i had read someone saying something about osgoode, as well.

about the uottawa, you don't need to take the courses in French if you register for the general Masters (without concentration). you can then follow all the courses in english, since the university is fully bilingual (that is to say, whatever course you want you can take either in english or in french).

if you want to take the masters with concentration in commerce international, which you saw is in French, you can still do all the assignments in english. more than this i don't know, but i advise you to contact the grad's office. they are really attentive and may help you find your path. maybe they are just a bit busy, since the deadline for applications is right on the way...

from what i can say from here, the university is investing a lot in international law (international trade inclusively), environmental law, and law and technology. those are really the programs in which it excels . i am studying law and technology, and fully enjoying my time in ottawa
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bradmorse

Since it does not look like you ever received a reply to your email, I would suggest that you consider my university - University of Ottawa [http://www.llmlld.uottawa.ca/eng/main.htm] as well as Univ of British Columbia & Univ. of Toronto in this field [assuming you don't speak French]. Not only does Ottawa have the most profs in this topic & in internation law overall [we offered over 30 international law courses in 2005-06], plus it is the capital so all federal government departments, embassies & most NGOs are here. We have also just launched a new major institute - EDGE - that concentrates on trade & development [see for more info http://www.commonlaw.uottawa.ca/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1327&Itemid=76}

Hope this helps
Brad Morse

Since it does not look like you ever received a reply to your email, I would suggest that you consider my university - University of Ottawa [http://www.llmlld.uottawa.ca/eng/main.htm] as well as Univ of British Columbia & Univ. of Toronto in this field [assuming you don't speak French]. Not only does Ottawa have the most profs in this topic & in internation law overall [we offered over 30 international law courses in 2005-06], plus it is the capital so all federal government departments, embassies & most NGOs are here. We have also just launched a new major institute - EDGE - that concentrates on trade & development [see for more info http://www.commonlaw.uottawa.ca/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1327&Itemid=76}

Hope this helps
Brad Morse
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Hi all
I graduated from the National Economics University of Vietnam years ago. Now I want to find a course of LLM or MA in International Business/Commerce Law with non -1st law certificate required. Is there anyone course like that in Canada? Looking forward to any reply and thanks in advance

Hi all
I graduated from the National Economics University of Vietnam years ago. Now I want to find a course of LLM or MA in International Business/Commerce Law with non -1st law certificate required. Is there anyone course like that in Canada? Looking forward to any reply and thanks in advance
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