New, "executive-style" program begins in September 2011

The University of Toronto Faculty of Law has announced it will begin a new Global Professionalism LL.M. (GPLLM) program beginning om September 2011.

The new, "executive-style" program will be taught part-time on evenings and weekends over 12 months.

According to the faculty of law, the program "addresses the need for further professional education around the globalization of the legal profession, particularly in the area of transactional law." It is "specifically designed for practicing lawyers in the private and public sectors, as well as lawyers in corporations, and other business executives and government officials with a strong interest in law."

For more information, please visit the program website.

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