Université de Montréal

Master in Business Law in a Global Context

Faculty of Law

Overview and specifics

Number

2-327-1-3

Level

Graduate

Official title

Maîtrise en droit, option droit des affaires dans un contexte de globalisation (LL. M.)

Type

Maîtrise en droit (LL. M.)

Credits

45 credits

Program Type

Directed study track

Resource persons

Program information

Description

Objectives

Our LL.M. program is uniquely tailored to international students seeking an edge into the competitive field of international business law.

Strengths

The Faculty of Law is one of the most prestigious in Canada. With over 130 years of legal expertise, it has made a significant contribution to the evolution of law.

Faithful to its reputation of excellence, the Faculty can count on professors committed to their students, highly involved in research, and whose publications have influenced legal doctrine in Quebec, Canada and internationally. In fact, year after year, the Faculty ranks among the best worldwide for the dynamism and quality of its research.

The Faculty has a strong bijural tradition based on the legal traditions of Quebec. Hence, the curriculum naturally combines civil and common law, providing proficiency in both Western legal traditions.

Business law is one of our strengths. Since 1997, the Centre for the Law of Business and International Trade (CDACI) has been furthering the Faculty’s expertise in the field. As part of its mandate, the CDACI prepares future generations to resolve the challenges facing the business world.

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Regulations

The Faculty of Law is one of the most prestigious in Canada. With over 130 years of legal expertise, it has made a significant contribution to the evolution of law.

Faithful to its reputation of excellence, the Faculty can count on professors committed to their students, highly involved in research, and whose publications have influenced legal doctrine in Quebec, Canada and internationally. In fact, year after year, the Faculty ranks among the best worldwide for the dynamism and quality of its research.

The Faculty has a strong bijural tradition based on the legal traditions of Quebec. Hence, the curriculum naturally combines civil and common law, providing proficiency in both Western legal traditions.

Business law is one of our strengths. Since 1997, the Centre for the Law of Business and International Trade (CDACI) has been furthering the Faculty’s expertise in the field. As part of its mandate, the CDACI prepares future generations to resolve the challenges facing the business world.

Read the english brochure of the Faculty of Law

Application deadlines

Before submitting an application, check the application periods for the chosen session.

Fall
  • Fall 2021: From January 1st, 2020 to May 1st, 2021
  • Fall 2022: From January 1st, 2021 to February 1st, 2022

Program structure (2-327-1-3)

The Master’s degree involves 45 credits.

Legend: CR: Credit, SC: Schedule, D: Day, E: Evening

Segment 70

The program requires the successful completion of 45 credits, allocated as follows: 

 

36 course credits

9 credits: Legal Research, Drafting and Advocacy Seminar

The program comprises 18 compulsory courses.

Block 70A Block 70A

Course Title CR SC
DRT 6450 Western Legal Systems 3 D
DRT 6451 Common Law Aspects of Commercial Transactions 2 D
DRT 6452 Business Organization and Governance 3 D
DRT 6453 Secured Transactions and Bankruptcy 3 D
DRT 6454 Intellectual and Industrial Property 3 D
DRT 6455 Electronic Commerce Law 2 D
DRT 6456 Securities Regulation 2 D
DRT 6457 International Economic Relations 2 D
Course Title CR SC
DRT 6458 International Contract Law 3 D
DRT 6459 International Commercial Disputes 2 D
DRT 6460 Legal Aspects of International Finance 2 D
DRT 6461 International Tax Law for Business Lawyers 2 D
DRT 6462 Globalization and Emerging Economies 3 D
DRT 6463 International Economic Crimes 2 D
DRT 6464 Integration Workshop 2 D

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