FACULTY OF LAW
Juris Doctor (J.D)
The program leading to the degree of Juris Doctor (J.D) requires full-time attendance for three years, or half-time attendance for six years.
The first year consists of a core of mandatory courses in all of the fundamental areas, problems, and principles of the law, with somewhat more stress upon public law and perspective courses than upon the traditional, first-year law curriculum.
The second and third years allow some variation in course work and research, while including certain common program requirements.
Details of the program, its regulations, and course descriptions are outlined in the separate Faculty of Law Calendar, which may be obtained from the Law Admissions Office.
LAW: GENERAL INFORMATION AND ADMISSIONS POLICY
LAW: AWARDS AND FINANCIAL AID
LAW: SERVICE COURSES
GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS