The Hennick Centre offers upper year Osoogde-Schulich JD/MBA students the opportunity to participate in LawWithoutWalls, a groundbreaking international academic program organized by the University of Miami School of Law. Students work with students and faculty from leading law and business schools from around the world to conduct guided, collaborative research on a current problem in legal education or practice.
- This for credit course is supervised by Ed Waitzer, Hennick Centre director and Jarislowsky Dimma Mooney Chair in Corporate Governance, and Professor Mary Condon, Hennick Centre co-director.
- See www.lawwithoutwalls.org for program information.
In addition to enrolling in cross-listed classes, students can expand their knowledge of business and legal issues by taking advantage of the cross-registration opportunities available at the law and business faculties. JD students may take up to 9 credit hours of courses at other graduate faculties at York University. MBA students are permitted to take up to 6 credit hours of courses at other graduate faculties at York University. More information on cross-registration policies and dates are available on the Osgoode (see the Student Handbook and Extra-Disciplinary Course Application) and Schulich (see Non-Schulich Electives) websites.