University of Ottawa Launches New LL.M. in Health Law, Policy and Ethics

The new health law concentration will run for the first time in the 2017-2018 academic year

The University of Ottawa's Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics is now accepting applications for the university's newest LL.M. concentration in health law.

The new concentration is available to those who select the LL.M. in Research.

The program will run for the first time in the 2017-2018 academic year.

Courses are offered in English and French, and applicants are encouraged to get in touch with the centre about their research interests in order to see what the program can offer them.

The Centre's faculty include academics researching topics like informed consent, reproductive technology, health system governance, refugee and migrant health, mental health law and biotechnology, among other subjects.

Graduates will be well-equipped for careers in academia, healthcare governance, health professional associations, hospital associations and insurance companies.

The Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics welcomes applicants from Canada and the world, and says financial support is available.

More information and scholarship details can be found on the program's brochure (available online as a pdf).


Image: Ottawa Canada May 2010 - University of Ottawa 23 by Douglas Sprott CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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