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January 09, 2012


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Doug Richmond

I think this innovation has the potential to enrich classroom experiences for law students and professors, but whether these programs have any value otherwise is debatable. I could not in good conscience advise someone in my business unit at my company to seek one of these degrees as compared to earning an MBA, or, for those with an interest in law, pursuing a law degree either full or part-time.


The Global Professional Master of Laws program at the University of Toronto also admits select non-lawyers who are business executives or government officials in fields related to law and regulation.

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