Canada's Queen's Law Launches Online Diploma in Legal Services Management

Program aimed at those in the school's JD program or have recently completed it

Canada's Queen's University Faculty of Law has announced the launch of a new online Graduate Diploma in Legal Services Management.

The program includes five courses and is aimed to help law students and graduates develop business knowledge to round out their legal skills. The courses cover topics in financial literacy, legal practice, the legal services business, managing people, and project management.

The program is available to upper-division JD students at the school. Additionally, those who have graduated from the JD program can begin the diploma within 24 months of graduation. 

Students can take up to one year to complete the program.

For more information, please see the Queen's news release announcing the launch of the new online diploma.

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