LLM from Mcgill University


Hi Everyone,
I did my LL.B from a reputed university in India.I am planning to pursue my Masters degree from McGill university in Quebec, Canada. They are providing two courses of LLM ,1) law relating to air and space,2) comparative law. But I had some queries in my mind regarding the courses.
1) In which Industries,firms or sectors can I get job after doing specialization from any of these?
2) Scope of employment or range of job opportunities after doing the Masters in these respective fields.

Please advise me on this issue as I need guidance before enrolling. Thank You.

[Edited by Christine Wilson on Aug 02, 2016]

Hi Everyone,
I did my LL.B from a reputed university in India.I am planning to pursue my Masters degree from McGill university in Quebec, Canada. They are providing two courses of LLM ,1) law relating to air and space,2) comparative law. But I had some queries in my mind regarding the courses.
1) In which Industries,firms or sectors can I get job after doing specialization from any of these?
2) Scope of employment or range of job opportunities after doing the Masters in these respective fields.

Please advise me on this issue as I need guidance before enrolling. Thank You.
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I want information About McGill University too..There are LLM courses like "LLM Canadian Common law" in Osgood Hall and University of BC introduced to make the bar exam easier for students like me who are foreign trained lawyers I'm a graduate from and practicing law in Pakistan for 3years now. The question here is what is my best est option for LLM if I want to stay or study in Montreal Quebec. McGill University offers no such LLM which will help me get through the NCA exam, what LLM should I go for if I want to practice law in Quebec and what will be my options with the NCA and wether such a course is available at MCGILL University or not ? Anyone from McGill University Please answer

[Edited by Khadija Scarlet on Oct 30, 2017]

I want information About McGill University too..There are LLM courses like "LLM Canadian Common law" in Osgood Hall and University of BC introduced to make the bar exam easier for students like me who are foreign trained lawyers I'm a graduate from and practicing law in Pakistan for 3years now. The question here is what is my best est option for LLM if I want to stay or study in Montreal Quebec. McGill University offers no such LLM which will help me get through the NCA exam, what LLM should I go for if I want to practice law in Quebec and what will be my options with the NCA and wether such a course is available at MCGILL University or not ? Anyone from McGill University Please answer
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I want information About McGill University too..There are LLM courses like "LLM Canadian Common law" in Osgood Hall and University of BC introduced to make the bar exam easier for students like me who are foreign trained lawyers I'm a graduate from and practicing law in Pakistan for 3years now. The question here is what is my best est option for LLM if I want to stay or study in Montreal Quebec. McGill University offers no such LLM which will help me get through the NCA exam, what LLM should I go for if I want to practice law in Quebec and what will be my options with the NCA and wether such a course is available at MCGILL University or not ? Anyone from McGill University Please answer


The NCA does not assess credentials for the Barreau du Quebec!!
[quote]I want information About McGill University too..There are LLM courses like "LLM Canadian Common law" in Osgood Hall and University of BC introduced to make the bar exam easier for students like me who are foreign trained lawyers I'm a graduate from and practicing law in Pakistan for 3years now. The question here is what is my best est option for LLM if I want to stay or study in Montreal Quebec. McGill University offers no such LLM which will help me get through the NCA exam, what LLM should I go for if I want to practice law in Quebec and what will be my options with the NCA and wether such a course is available at MCGILL University or not ? Anyone from McGill University Please answer [/quote]

The NCA does not assess credentials for the Barreau du Quebec!!
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