The Global Professional Master of Laws (GPLLM) is a 12-month executive-style Master of Laws in global business law offered during evenings and weekends focused on Canadian business law from a global perspective. The GPLLM is open to both lawyers and non-lawyers with an excellent record of academic achievement and professional experience.  

UPCOMING INFORMATION SESSIONS

Drop in on the following dates any time between 12:00 - 1:30 pm
Registration optional: contact 416-978-1400 or gpllm@utoronto.ca

Monday April 28, 12:00 - 1:30 pm
This session is located at: Birge Carnegie Building Room BC-20, 75a Queens Park Cres. Toronto (at Charles St., directly in front of Museum TTC station. Exit from the East side of Museum station.  The station exit is at the corner of Queens Park Crescent and Charles St. Head east on Charles St. then turn right into the first driveway, which is in between the Birge Carnegie building (#2 on map) and the Isabel Bader Theatre (#7 on map).  The Victoria College Building (Old Vic), is the large, brown building on your left (#11 on map).  Turn left towards the front of Old Vic and enter using the Main Entrance.  Alumni Hall is on the main floor of Old Vic.).

The following 3 sessions are located at: Falconer Hall Room FA-3, U of T Faculty of Law, 84 Queens Pak Cres. Toronto (directly in front of Museum TTC station, West exit)

Wednesday April 30, 12:00 - 1:30 pm

Tuesday May 6, 12:00 - 1:30 pm

Thursday May 8, 12:00 - 1:30 pm

 

  

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Note: The GPLLM does not in itself qualify graduates to practice law in Canada.  However, the program does include courses designed to meet the National Committee on Accreditation's Requirements for internationally trained lawyers.

Contact Information

For more information, email Zamiha Premji, GPLLM Coordinator at zamiha.premji@utoronto.ca.

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