The LLM Thesis program in Air and Space Law is available to applicants who wish to focus on original, scholarly research and writing under the supervision of a law professor. The thesis must show familiarity with previous work in the field and demonstrate the student’s capacity for independent analysis, writing skills, and organization. The LLM Non-Thesis program in Air and Space Law is available to applicants who wish to gain a wide exposure to a range of courses taught within and related to the domain of air and space law.
See the McGill IASL site for additional information concerning the Institute of Air and Space Law.
LLM in Air and Space Law Thesis and Non-Thesis requirements
|Thesis and Non-Thesis requirements
|Master of Laws with Thesis
|Master of Laws Non-Thesis
(24 research credits + 21 course credits)
(15 research credits + 30 course credits)
Elective courses (9)
Elective courses (18)
15 credits at the 500-level or higher, chosen from the Faculty of Law offerings (including ASPL offerings)