llm in canada


vin law

Hi ,

i m from india with exp of 4 years as junior advocate. i am thinking of pursuing LLM in Canada. i am interested in human rights and environmental law. i am not looking for job or to earn living with llm degree. My question is what are the subjects in LLM ? Are the studies or subjects similar to Indian law? suggest a school which has low tuition fees, i am not really interested in rankings , as i believe in the knowledge and passion . i would be happy if any indian student who has done llm or studying answers . thanks vin

Hi ,

i m from india with exp of 4 years as junior advocate. i am thinking of pursuing LLM in Canada. i am interested in human rights and environmental law. i am not looking for job or to earn living with llm degree. My question is what are the subjects in LLM ? Are the studies or subjects similar to Indian law? suggest a school which has low tuition fees, i am not really interested in rankings , as i believe in the knowledge and passion . i would be happy if any indian student who has done llm or studying answers . thanks vin
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chicken so...

Ottawa has a few LLM specializations you might check out, namely one in International Humanitarian and Securities Law and another in Global Sustainability and Environmental Law.

If you're interested more in Environmental law, especially how it relates to energy production, Calgary might be worth looking at.

In terms of what's covered, look at each LLM program's curriculum. I'm not exactly sure how the two educational systems line up, but since each country's law has their legal roots in the English common law system - that's a gross simplification, I know, especially considering Quebec can be considered differently from the rest of Canada - the coverage of legal topics may be somewhat similar.

Ottawa has a few LLM specializations you might check out, namely one in International Humanitarian and Securities Law and another in Global Sustainability and Environmental Law.

If you're interested more in Environmental law, especially how it relates to energy production, Calgary might be worth looking at.

In terms of what's covered, look at each LLM program's curriculum. I'm not exactly sure how the two educational systems line up, but since each country's law has their legal roots in the English common law system - that's a gross simplification, I know, especially considering Quebec can be considered differently from the rest of Canada - the coverage of legal topics may be somewhat similar.
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vin law

Hi bro ,
it was so nice of you , to take time during holidays to reply . sounds interesting the ottawa program , thats what i am looking at. i will have a look at curriculum . i was keen on Quebec but this sounds interesting.tnq

Happy holidays
Vin

Hi bro ,
it was so nice of you , to take time during holidays to reply . sounds interesting the ottawa program , thats what i am looking at. i will have a look at curriculum . i was keen on Quebec but this sounds interesting.tnq

Happy holidays
Vin
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