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Graduate academic programs in law

Graduate studies in law are organized through the Faculty of Law, the Institute of Comparative Law and the Institute of Air and Space Law.

For detailed information on these programs and on graduate Law studies at McGill, go to our website on Graduate Studies in Law.

Master's degree – LL.M.

  1. Within the Faculty of Law
    • Law LL.M. with Thesis or Non-Thesis
    • Specialized LL.M. in Environment with Thesis or Non-Thesis *
    • LL.M. specialized in Bioethics with Thesis
  2. Within the Institute of Comparative Law
    • LL.M. in Comparative Law with Thesis or Non-Thesis
  3. Within the Institute of Air and Space Law
    • LL.M. in Air and Space Law with Thesis or Non-Thesis

See Graduate studies in law: Master's programs [this link will take you to a new site].

* For the Specialized LL.M. in Environment's admission application procedure, please refer to McGill's School of Environment's Graduate Option in Environment page.

Doctoral degree – D.C.L.

Note that the doctoral program at McGill culminates in the degree of "Doctor of Civil Law" (D.C.L.), reflecting the history and traditions of our Faculty of Law.

  1. Within the Faculty of Law
  2. Within the Institute of Comparative Law
  3. Within the Institute of Air and Space Law

See Graduate studies in law: Doctoral program [this link will take you to a new site].

Graduate certificates

  1. Within the Institute of Comparative Law
  2. Within the Institute of Air and Space Law

See Graduate studies in law: Graduate certificate programs [this link will take you to a new site].