Osgoode's Part-time
Professional LLM in 
Energy & Infrastructure 
Law

Canada's leading Professional LLM  for lawyers, executives and senior professionals working in energy, resources and public infrastructure utilities

CANADA'S LEADING LEGAL MINDS
Tap into the minds of the legal industry’s thought leaders and leverage their experience to optimize your development. Led by George Vegh, Julia McNally and Bruce McCuaig, your instructors include academics, judges, and energy and infrastructure law experts from across the country.
FOR THE WORKING PROFESSIONAL

Complete this part-time, practical graduate degree at a convenient downtown Toronto location. Distance Learning options and flexible class schedules make the LLM in Energy and Infrastructure Law a perfect fit for the working professional who juggles career and personal commitments.

Ara P. Arzumanian, LLB, LLM, Senior Legal Counsel, Hydro One Networks Inc., and Chair, CEA Legal Committee
"The Energy and Infrastructure Law LLM program at Osgoode was a game-changer. After working in the electricity sector for several years, it was refreshing to think deeply about the challenges that the sector is facing and to propose solutions to them. A highlight of the program is that it’s multi-disciplinary: both in terms of taking an integrated approach to the types of infrastructure considered, and also as reflected by the diverse professional backgrounds of your peers.”
Address
1 Dundas Street West
Suite 2602
Toronto, ON  Canada M5G 1Z3
Telephone
416.673.4670
8:30am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday

 

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Who takes an LLM and why?

You want to be part of the conversation and see the bigger picture when it comes to energy and infrastructure law and how it’s evolving. The merging interests in this area of law touch upon social, political and environmental issues. 

Students will focus on energy regulation and public utility concepts, competition theory, resource efficiency efforts, social responsibility and environmental issues, integrated infrastructure planning, and public and private partnerships.

This two-year, part-time degree requires completion of 36 credits obtained through coursework and a Major Research Paper, or coursework only. Your progress and performance is evaluated through papers, presentations and take-home assignments. 

Videoconferencing is available for all courses in this specialization; attend class from your home or office with interactive video streaming that brings you into the classroom, and allows you to participate in discussions and view presentations in real-time.
Accepting new students every Fall and Winter.

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Ara P. Arzumanian, LLB, LLM, Senior Legal Counsel, Hydro One Networks Inc., and Chair, CEA Legal Committee
"The Energy and Infrastructure Law LLM program at Osgoode was a game-changer. After working in the electricity sector or several years, it was refreshing to think deeply about the challenges that the sector is facing and to propose solutions to them. A highlight of the program is that it’s multi-disciplinary: both in terms of taking an integrated approach to the types of infrastructure considered, and also as reflected by the diverse professional backgrounds of your peers.”

Osgoode's Part-time
Professional LLM in 
Energy & Infrastructure 
Law

You want to be part of the conversation and see the bigger picture when it comes to energy and infrastructure law and how it’s evolving. The merging interests in this area of law touch upon social, political and environmental issues. 

Students will focus on energy regulation and public utility concepts, competition theory, resource efficiency efforts, social responsibility and environmental issues, integrated infrastructure planning, and public and private partnerships.