GPLLM graduate

The University of Toronto Faculty of Law offers a number of leading edge courses and programs for practicing lawyers and law graduates, and for business leaders who do not have a law degree but who work in areas requiring some interaction and knowledge of legal issues. 

Global Professional Master of Laws (GPLLM)

The Faculty of Law has partnered with faculty from the Rotman School of Management, INSEAD Business School (Paris) and NYU Law School to establish an innovative part-time executive program for lawyers and business leaders. Focused on Canadian business law from a global perspective, the Global Professional Master of Laws (GPLLM) is a 12-month executive-style master of laws offered during evenings and weekends.

Write Your Success

An intensive one-day course for lawyers on how to write effectively and strategically to drive business development – with the CBC's and National Post's Andrew Coyne; acclaimed authors Margaret Webb and Robert Rotenberg; and Star, Globe and Mail and National Post contributing writer, David Israelson

Women in Transition

The Executive Education program offers targeted intensive programs for legal professionals in specific areas, including the popular Women in Transition: Returning to Legal Practice or Considering an Alternative Career in Law.

Continuing Professional Development Events

The Faculty of Law provides many opportunities for lawyers to enhance their knowledge, promote their career aspirations, and fulfill their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements. Generally, these events can be registered for individually.