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Master of Laws (LLM), Course-based

General Program Information

Attaining an LLM degree without a Canadian LLB degree will not qualify graduates to practice law in Canada. Inquiries on this issue must be addressed to the appropriate provincial governing body for the legal profession. In Alberta, contact the Law Society of Alberta or the National Committee on Accreditation of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada.

Master of Laws (LLM), course-based with major research project


  • Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law

LLM Students may elect not to have an area of specialization.

The course-based LLM program is available for full-time or part-time enrolment.

Location: Murray Fraser Hall

Program number: 403.210.8718

Fax: 403.210.9662

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