Graduate Certificate in Comparative Law (15 credits)

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Offered by: Comparative Law     Degree: Graduate Certificate in Comparative Law

Program Requirements

The Graduate Certificate in Comparative Law is offered through the Institute of Comparative Law and provides advanced legal training over one term of full-time studies or two terms of part-time studies to candidates who wish to pursue graduate legal education for career-related purposes. The certificate is awarded after at least one term of residence in the Faculty and upon completion of a minimum of 15 credits to a maximum of 29 credits. In every case, the program is structured to meet individual needs and must be approved by the Associate Dean (Graduate Studies). For more information, see our website:

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