Programs

The GPLLM is a graduate program at Canada’s top law school that enables a diverse body of both lawyers and non-lawyers to learn with the country’s leading legal minds. For one calendar year, students immerse themselves in studying the common law, and they emerge with an ability to use the lens of legal analysis in tackling issues relevant to the clients, businesses organizations, and agencies they serve. They are enriched by strong, new professional networks and membership in an alumni body that provides numerous and ongoing opportunities.

The GPLLM is comprised of four concentrations. The Canadian Law concentration is primarily directed at individuals who have already obtained legal training in civil or international jurisdictions, who engage with the GPLLM as part of their journey to qualify as legal practitioners in Ontario. The three other concentrations – Innovation, Law and Technology; Law and Business; and the Law of Leadership – allow executives with extensive work experience to enhance their conversance in the law’s application to the complex matters they confront on a daily basis.  

The GPLLM consists of approximately 40 courses: students are required to take five courses from within their concentration, including one required course, and, with program approval, they can take five courses from any of the four concentrations offered.

Business Law


Business Law

Canadian Law in a Global Context


Canadian Law in a Global Context

 

Innovation Law


Innovation, Law and Technology

 

Law of Leadership


Law of Leadership