Faculty from INSEAD, NYU, and U of T's Rotman Business School will also teach

The University of Toronto will be starting a Global Professional Master of Laws (GPLLM) program in September. The new, 12-month executive-style LL.M. program will be offered on evenings and weekends, and will focus on Canadian business law from a global perspective.

The program will be taught in part by faculty from the university's Rotman School of Business, as well as New York University (NYU) and INSEAD.

According to the law school, students on the program "will examine the impact of globalization on laws, legal institutions and markets from a broad multi-disciplinary and comparative legal perspective."

There are three upcoming info sessions - on June 9, June 15, and June 21 - where prospective students can learn more about the program.

For more information, please visit the program website.

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