The graduate law program at Queen’s University offers to students from Canada and from countries around the world an intellectually rich and challenging environment for legal learning and scholarship. Queen’s offers two graduate degrees in law:
The graduate law program at Queen’s is a small, academically oriented program with a global emphasis. About 10 to 12 LL.M. students and 2 or 3 Ph.D. students are admitted each year.
- the Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree, a one-year program with thesis and course-based options;
- the Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Law degree, a three-year program of advanced legal research.
For complete information, see the School of Graduate Studies academic calendar at http://www.queensu.ca/calendars/sgsr/index.html, the Law section of that calendar at http://www.queensu.ca/calendars/sgsr/Law_0.html, and the Queen's Law Graduate Studies web pages at http://law.queensu.ca/graduateStudies.html