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Faculty of Law Master of Laws (LL.M.) Business Law in a Global Context A Member of the Association of Transnational Law Schools (ATLAS*) Together, we make it happen
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Table of Contents I. Message from the Dean 3 II. Message from the Program Director 3 II. General Overview of the Program 4 IV. Program Contents 4 V. Admission Requirements 5 VI. Course Content 6 VII. Université de Montréal Faculty of Law 10 VIII. Noteworthy Faculty Alumni 11 IX. Student Testimonials 12 X. Université de Montréal Overview 13 XI. International Student Services 14 XII. City of Montreal 14 XIII. Contact Information Back cover *ATLAS The Association of Transnational Law Schools is dedicated to research on transnational law and governance. This consortium is composed of Université de Montréal (Canada), Osgoode Hall Law School (Canada), New York University (USA), London School of Economics and Political Science (UK), Universidad de Deusto (Spain), University of Cape Town (South Africa) and University of Melbourne (Australia).
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LL.M. Business Law in a Global Context 3 Message from the Dean Thank you for your interest in our Faculty of Law and the Master of Laws (LL.M.) Business Law in a Global Context program specifically designed for foreign students. The Université de Montréal Faculty of Law was founded in 1878. Today, there are more graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in the UdeM Faculty of Law than at any other law faculty in Canada. There are more than 60 full-time professors and 100 part-time lecturers on staff, and the Faculty is ranked first in Canada for the intensity of its scientific research activities. The Faculty offers combined expertise in civil and common law traditions, as the Province of Quebec’s private law system is based on the civil law tradition and its public law system on common law. Law professors in Quebec often address the cross-cultural aspects of their society and regularly conduct comparative law studies in their field of expertise. The Faculty also stands out as the only law school on the continent that offers a Master of Laws in North American Common Law, covering both Canadian and American common law systems. Another of our strong points is business law, a field that is growing to keep pace with globalization, address the rapid advances of electronic commerce, and provide recourse to alternative dispute resolution processes. Business law contributes to economic growth and the prosperity of nations. To further its reputation as a stimulating environment for business law, in 1997 the Faculty created the Centre for the Law of Business and International Trade (CDACI). The research it promotes continues to benefit private business and the calibre of teaching at Université de Montréal. The Faculty of Law is much more than a campus where you will enjoy the opportunity to pursue your legal studies at the graduate level. It is a place of exchange where you will be able to share your knowledge with colleagues from
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