Course Selection for Incoming Exchange Students

Incoming Exchange Students please note the following restrictions regarding course selection:

  • Exchange students are permitted to use all preference categories except for "Favourite."
  • Exchange Students may not register for the following limited enrolment courses:
    • Administrative Law
    • Advanced Legal Research, Analysis and Writing
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Legal Environment
    • Art of the Deal, Capstone Courses
    • Business Organizations
    • Clinics or Externships
    • Corporate Transactions 
    • Entertainment Law
    • Finance, Business and Accounting and the Law
    • Legal Ethics (or any alternative course that meets this graduation requirement)
    • Looking Ahead:  the Blurred Lines of Technology, Body, and Mind
    • Negotiation
    • Mediation
    • Trial Advocacy 
    • Wrongful Conviction
  • Exchange students may not register for first-year courses (Canadian Constitutional Law, Contracts Law, Criminal law, Legal Process, Property Law, and Torts).
  • Exchange students are not permitted to participate in Directed Research, Moots, Clinics, or Externships.  
  • Exchange students must fulfil the credit count requirements of their home institution. However, exchange students may not take more than 16 credits per term, and a maximum of 32 credits for the year.