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Osgoode's Part-time Professional LLM in Labour Relations & Employment Law

Canada's leading Professional LLM  for labour and employment lawyers, executives and senior HR professionals

CANADA'S LEADING LEGAL MINDS
Tap into the minds of the legal industry’s thought leaders and leverage their experience to optimize your development. Learn from Canada’s top law
professors and international faculty, which have included Alan Bogg (Oxford), Ruth Dukes (Glasgow) and Bruce Kaufman (Georgia State).
Apply by October 11, 2017. Start in January 2018.
FOR THE WORKING PROFESSIONAL
Complete this part-time, graduate degree within two years. Choose to earn your degree by attending class at our convenient downtown Toronto location or through  distance learning options. Flexible class schedules make the LLM in Labour Relations and Employment Law a perfect fit for the working professional who juggles personal and professional commitments.
I have been involved in labour relations for 30 plus years working for unions, public employers and government. Osgoode’s Labour Relations and Employment Law LLM provided a comprehensive and expansive theoretical and intellectual framework within which one can locate both practical and policy development. I enjoyed every aspect of the program.
Peter Burton, LLM, Senior Advisor 
Ministry of Health, British Columbia
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1 Dundas Street West
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Toronto, ON  Canada M5G 1Z3
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416-673-4670
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Want to learn more?

You want to be part of the conversation and see the bigger picture when it comes to labour and employment law and how it’s evolving. Step back from your day-to-day routine to take the chance to gain a deeper understanding of the theory, policies and principles that underlie labour and employment law. 

Develop the skills to consider, at an advanced level, the social, economic and political forces shaping this dynamic field today.

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[36 credits]

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[36 credits]

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[36 credits]

Criminal Law and Procedure

[36 credits]

Energy and Infrastructure Law

[36 credits]

General LLM

[36 credits]

Who takes an LLM and why?
Examine and analyze contemporary legal issues relating to the delivery of public programs and social benefits
Dive into issues of governance, learn to manage legal risks and understand the new realities of corporate regulation
Explore Canadian constitutional law and develop a deeper understanding of the evolving jurisprudence
Think critically about the pressing and challenging issues affecting the Canadian criminal justice system
Develop insights on policies, players, and stakeholders while examining social, political and environmental issues
Choose courses from multiple LLM specializations and craft your own unique specialization of study 
>Theories and Perspectives in Labour & Employment Law [3 credits]
>The Charter and Human Rights in Labour Law [6 credits]
> Labour and Employment Law in International Law [3 credits]
COURSES INCLUDE:
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.

Most courses in this specialization are available through distance learning for students located outside of the Greater Toronto Area; 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.
Apply by May 2020.
 Start in September 2020.
> Theories and Perspectives in Labour & Employment Law [3 credits]
> The Charter and Human Rights in Labour Law [6 credits]
> Labour and Employment Law in International Law [3 credits]
I have been involved in labour relations for 30 plus years working for unions, public employers and government. Osgoode’s Labour Relations and Employment Law LLM provided a comprehensive and expansive theoretical and intellectual framework within which one can locate both practical and policy development. I enjoyed every aspect of the program.
Peter Burton, LLM, Senior Advisor, Ministry of Health,  British Columbia

Osgoode's 
Part-time Professional LLM in Labour Relations & Employment Law

You want to be part of the conversation and see the bigger picture when it comes to labour and employment law and how it’s evolving. 

Step back from your day-to-day routine to take the chance to gain a deeper understanding of the theory, policies and principles that underlie labour and employment law. 

Develop the skills to consider, at an advanced level, the social, economic and political forces shaping this dynamic field today.