We welcome Subotnick Professor of Law Anita Bernstein, Brooklyn School of Law, for a Margot E.
The Centre on Human Right and Legal Pluralism presents a panel on the rights of Indigenous children with disabilities in Canada, with Dr.
Congratulations Dr. Alexandra de Pokomandy and Dr. Irina Kudrina on receiving the Lettre d'entente 250!
Congratulations Dr. Alexandra de Pokomandy and Dr. Irina Kudrina on receiving the Lettre d'entente 250 from the Fédération des Médecins Omnipraticiens du Québec. The award is meant to support the career development of family medicine researchers by promoting the development of health research in Quebec.
La gestation pour autrui et ses implications en droit belge: De la pratique actuelle vers un éventuel encadrement légal?
The RGHL Annual Lecture in Health and Law, hosted alongside University of Montreal’s Canada Research Chair in Collaborative Culture in Health Law and Policy, will be presented by Geneviève Schamps, Professor in the Faculties of La
This McGill Law Journal (MLJ) symposium explores the complex interaction between law, society, and the environment.
Indigenous Property, the Doctrine of Aboriginal Title, and Transcending Imposed Barriers to Indigenous Economic Growth
The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism is pleased to welcome Dwight Newman, Professor of Law & Canada Research Chair in Indigenou
Xijie Dai, Haining Wang and C.J. Li have recently demonstrated that carbonyl derivatives could be used in a similar fashion to Grignard reagents using a smart Umpolung strategy and thus replaced organometallic-based reagents for nucleophilic carbonyl addition reactions for alcohol synthesis.
Public Lecture - Dr. Hirsh Rosenfeld Annual Distinguished Public Lecture in Family Medicine - with guest speaker Dr. Marion Dove
The McGill University Department of Family Medicine and the St. James Literary Society are pleased to present:
The Centre for Intellectual Property Policy welcomes Professor Jacob S. Sherkow, New York Law School.
Reconciling Heritage: Working at the Intersection of Intellectual Property, Indigenous Heritage, and Human Rights
The CIPP and the CHLRP welcome George Nicholas, Professor of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University, whose presentation will include a discussion of Traditional Knowledge as Indigenous intellectual property, community-based research