Osgoode’s LLM in International Business Law is a professional master’s degree program for internationally-trained lawyers. IBL students undertake 10 months of intensive study, followed by an optional internship. The internship is intended to provide our students with some experience in a North American legal setting, and allow them to apply their new knowledge in a hands-on way. Interested students will apply for off-campus work permits before beginning the internship.
The internship is generally unpaid and full-time, and should last for about two months any time between May and August. Some internship hosts have chosen to pay a salary or honorarium to interns in the past, but this is at your discretion. The internship counts as a zero-credit course and requires the students to submit an academic assignment to Osgoode at the end of the internship.
Further details can be found here. If you have any questions about our students, the IBL program, or the application process, please contact Meghan Thomas at 416 597 9725, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.