This course is based on a supervised legal research project designed by the student in consultation with a faculty member, and involves 100 hours of research and study. This advanced research project will enable the student to acquire and apply legal knowledge and skills - through critical inquiry, legal research and analysis - to a complex problem in a specific field of the law. Students will learn to critically evaluate and analyse complex legal arguments, apply advanced research methods, and recognize the limits of knowledge and understanding in the law.


30 LAW credits and 24 credits (recommended to be non-LAW) 100-level or higher including two English courses


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