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 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