Jump to navigation Jump to search This is a list of law schools and law faculties in Canada. Canada is mostly a common law jurisdiction.
However, the province of Quebec uses the civil law system for private law matters. All of Canada’s law schools are affiliated with public universities, and are thus public institutions. This practice has been held to have helped reduce disparities in the quality of students and instruction as between the schools. After completing the Juris Doctor, LL. University of British Columbia, Peter A.
Osgoode Hall Law School Complete an additional year at Université de Montréal, Faculty of Law to earn a B. This is an elite single-stream program available to 20 exceptional candidates only. In 1999 this single-stream program replaced the dual-stream National Programme, in place since 1968. Université de Montréal, Faculty of Law Complete an additional year at Osgoode Hall Law School to earn a JD in common law.
University of Montreal has its own JD program that can be taken in the third year of the LL. University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, a U. National Program at U of Ottawa”. Jump to navigation Jump to search “College of Law” redirects here.