|Faculty:||Faculty of Law|
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Law (LL.B, J.D., B.C.L.)
|Description:||The structure of McGill's undergraduate law program develops jurists who are well grounded in the fundamental legal concepts of the two major legal traditions of the western world, the civil law and the common law. Students who successfully complete the undergraduate program obtain a double degree of civil law (B.C.L.) and common law (LL.B.). Students can also enrich their program of study with various options or through one of the joint programs in offered by the Faculty of Law, together with the Desautels Faculty of Management or the McGill School of Social Work.|
|Website:||Law (B.C.L. and L.L.B.) at McGill University|
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Successful applicants are chosen by the Faculty's admissions committee, based on its evaluation of a candidate's academic records, linguistic abilities, personal statements, extra-curricular and community activities, and letters of reference. Candidates must have a minimum of two years of university studies (60 credits), or a Diploma of Collegial Studies (DEC) from a CEGEP, at the time of registration. Students holding a French baccalaureate are also eligible to apply.
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* We make every attempt to provide accurate information on prerequisites, programs, and tuition. However, this information is subject to change without notice and we highly recommend that you contact the school to confirm important information before applying.
Modified on July 31, 2014