Chancellor Day Hall 3644 rue Peel, Montreal, QC, H3A 1W9, CA
Each semester, Law students write articles on a variety of pressing legal subjects within the law, running the gamut from international tribunals to complex transactions to family law. However, these articles reach only a specialized audience. Here is an opportunity to benefit from the cross-pollination that might result from a discussion of and comparison among papers drafted for different courses that have common themes, or that draw on common ideas. This workshop allows any interested student to present his or her work to other faculty members and students. Papers may be drawn from any area of scholarship being pursued by students enrolled in the Faculty. Students interested in presenting their paper will be placed on a panel with three or four other students. Each panelist will be invited to discuss his or her paper for not more than 10 minutes. Interested students are invited to send an email to Professor Kim Brooks by February 22. Include your name, contact information, a title for your oral presentation and a very short abstract (one paragraph in length).
Prof. Kim Brooks
kimberley.brooks [at] mcgill.ca