LL.M. with Concentration in Global Sustainability and Environmental Law
Issues of global sustainability and environmental law are among the most pressing and complex issues at the global, national and local levels. From the UN to Canadian municipalities, and from multinational corporations to individual citizens, attempts to meet the challenges of global sustainability are evolving at an ever-increasing rate. The role of environmental law in addressing these issues is the focus of the LL.M. with concentration in Global Sustainability and Environmental Law.
Through rigorous scholarship, graduate level courses and a range of opportunities for experiential learning, faculty and graduate students work together in the search for solutions to the challenges of global sustainability. To learn more, we invite you to read about the degree requirements and faculty members working in this field.
You may also wish to consult the information about Environmental Law, under the uOttawa Faculty of Law, Common Law Section.
We invite you to explore the Program Requirements and Course Descriptions.