The MIR-JD combined degree program merges graduate training in human resource management, labour and employment policy with a professional degree in law.1 An option to complete the combined degrees in three years is available to combined degree program students who successfully complete a Global Law Program at the Bader International Study Centre in the summer term of the first year in the program. Students enrolled in this program are subject to the regulations and policies of both the Faculty of Law and the School of Graduate Studies in respect to the MIR degree. Following graduation, students complete the articling requirement and licensing process for the Law Society of Upper Canada in Ontario or the comparable bar admission program in the other Canadian common law provinces.
Program Requirements and Structure: https://law.queensu.ca/programs/combined-degrees/mir
Approved by Queen's University Senate on November 21, 1996