Law and Business students gain a solid understanding of many key legal issues in the corporate world, including contract negotiations, human resources, policy development and property transactions, as well as areas that are of increasing importance and significance such as corporate social responsibility and corporate governance. Critical thinking and the application of legal knowledge are at the heart of all courses offered in the Law and Business major, providing students with the strongest integration of law and business among all business programs in Canada.
Faculty teaching in the Law and Business program are renowned experts in their areas of study which include: international law, human rights law, privacy, government regulation, environmental law and corporate social responsibility. Students pursuing a business degree in Law benefit from professors who have extensive years of industry experience and strong connections to businesses, governments and NGOs.
The Law and Business department's 2nd annual workshop was held on Thursday, April 19. If you missed the session or would like to recap the discussions, video footage is available on the CSR Institute site here:
Through-out the Winter 2018 term, the LAW722 class held a series of guest speaker lectures with Real World talk on Law, Business and Politics. Video coverage of these discussions are available here: