The Master of Studies in Law provides an opportunity for university graduates (without prior legal training and who are not seeking entry into legal practice) to explore a range of legal studies to complement their academic or professional goals. The degree is a combination of course work and a major research paper. Graduates are well-positioned to grow in their chosen professions or pursue further degrees.


Major Research Papers from 2017


Visioning Legalized Consensual Adult Sex Work In Canada, Laurie Hayman

Major Research Papers from 2016


Extending Graham's Interpretive Theory into Common Law: A Multiple-Case Study, Chris Hayes


A Comparison of Ontario's Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the Canadian Copyright Act: Compliance, Enforcement, Risks, and the Implications for Ontario Community Colleges, Meaghan Shannon