Get a graduate degree in health law
October 23, 2019
TORONTO – You can earn a graduate degree in health law through Osgoode’s Part-time Professional LLM in Health Law. It’s Canada’s leading Professional LLM for lawyers, executives and senior professionals working in the healthcare industry.
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 health industry experts.
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.
Distance learning is available for most courses 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.
“As you get further in your career, it’s harder to find opportunities to learn. The LLM in Health Law gives you an invaluable opportunity to carve out time to focus on yourself and to learn in an intensive environment with a very diverse and smart group of people. It’s the ultimate personal and professional challenge,” said Erica Zarkovich, LLB, LLM, general counsel, chief privacy officer and corporate secretary, Cancer Care Ontario.