Dean Nicholas Kasirer of the Faculty of Law appeared on the French national radio network France Culture as the special guest of a program devoted to law and public affairs, "Le bien commun." The topic of the hour-long program, hosted by Antoine Garapon, was "la mondialisation et l'enseignement du droit" and concerned among other things how McGill's transsystemic program of teaching common law and civil law might serve as a model for legal education in France and internationally. The broadcast is available as a podcast .
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Only second former chancellor to receive emeritus status in University's history
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Stuart (Kip) Cobbett assumes new role after many years of service
McGill University's Institute of Air and Space Law (IASL) and The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] are pleased to announce the Boeing Initiative in Air and Space Law.
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As part of the McGill Alumni and Friends Educational Travel Program, a group from the University will be visiting South Africa from April 25 to May 8. Before sending them off on the rest of their great adventure, the MAA will be hosting a cocktail reception in Cape Town at the exquisite Mount Nelson Hotel.