Join us for a guided tour of this museum, famous for its extensive Asian art collection, authentic ancestral Chinese house (disassembled in China, brought to Salem and reconstructed in its entirety) and, of course, its light-filled pavilion, designed by renowned architect and McGill graduate Moshe Safdie, BArch'61, LLD'82. Afterwards, indulge in an informal light lunch at a local restaurant (at your own cost).
L'Espalier's fantasy tea menu offers an assortment of delicious teas and pastries, including blackcurrant scones, coconut truffles, cantucci di noni and other mouth-watering confections. Located in the heart of Boston's fashionable Back Bay in a charming townhouse built in the 1880s, L'Espalier's warm and elegant ambiance is the perfect setting for catching up with fellow alumni and friends.
Walk down Symphony Hall's red carpet to experience the glitz, glamour and glory of the Boston Pops' salute to winners of the Academy Awards' Oscar and Broadway's Tony. You'll hear memorable themes – from the golden age of film to the latest Hollywood blockbuster and from the classics of the Great White Way to the most recent Big Apple musical.
The McGill Law Women's Caucus and the CDO are holding the highly successful Women's 5 à 7 for the third year in a row. The event brings together women practitioners in a variety of fields (aboriginal law, criminal prosecution, in-house, corporate law, small clinic practice) with students from the faculty over food and drinks. The event is being held in the Thomson House restaurant. The atmosphere will be relaxed and conducive to great discussion. Reserve your ticket at the CDO.
Hanna Jankowski, Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Washington
Ionel Popescu, Northwestern University