The University of Ottawa's bijural, bilingual Faculty of Law, situated in Canada’s capital, has one of the richest selections of international law courses in the world. They offer specialized LLMs in international trade and investment law, global sustainability and environmental law, international humanitarian and security law, technology law, and health law. They are home to the internationally renowned Human Rights Research and Education Centre and also have student clinics with real clients in these fields, including the International Trade and Investment Law Practicum conducted jointly with Queen’s University.
Queen’s University Faculty of Law provides students with a unique curriculum in international law. The International Law Programs at Herstmonceux Castle in Southern England offer summer courses in public international law and international business law. In their upper years, students can pursue further studies in a wide range of international law subjects, participate in moots on international trade law, public international law and commercial arbitration, and in the International Trade Law Clinic conducted jointly with the University of Ottawa.