New concentration now one of seven offered by the law faculty

The University of Ottawa Faculty of Law has announced a new concentration - International Trade and Foreign Investment Law - available to incoming LL.M. students beginning this September.

According to the law faculty, the concentration was designed for students to "acquire fundamental knowledge of international trade and investment law," and also focuses on "systemic and critical thinking in international economic law matters as well as the development of strong research skills."

The new concentration is one of seven LL.M. concentrations available at the university.

For more information, please visit the law faculty website.

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حكيم الحيا...    |    Feb 08, 2019 18:07
Hi . What about fees
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