To honour the life and work of the late Professor Paul-André Crépeau (1926-2011) and to commemorate a generous donation of his research archives and private library to McGill University, the Nahum Gelber Law Library opens a new exhibition: Hommage à Paul-André Crépeau.
The Fall 2017 exam period will run from December 8 to December 21 at the Faculty of Law.
If you plan on using your computer to complete your exams, don't forget to do a Mock Exam with Examplify by December 2, 2017. See the SAO's page on Computerized Exams.
The LLDRL Speaker Series and the Canada Research Chair in Transnational Labour Law and Development present "Droit du travail et action collective dans les services privés d'aide à domicile. Le cas du Chèque emploi-service" by Louise Boivin, Professor in the Department of Industrial Relations at the Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO).
The McGill Law Journal (MLJ) invites you a symposium titled ‘Fiduciaries of Humanity and International Law.’ Using the theory of international law from Fiduciaries of Humanity as a touchstone or springboard, leading scholars on international law will engage critically the most significant issues of international law today.
McGill Law and Medicine will host an Admissions information session at First Peoples’ House on Thursday, January 25 from 5pm-7pm.
The event will consist of a brief presentation on the Admissions process and policies in each faculty, with a focus on information of relevance to indigenous candidates, as well as insights from current indigenous students in each faculty.
There will be time for networking and Q&A, as well as refreshments provided.
Join the Faculty of Law for its annual Work your B.A. event! Join us for a panel with two McGill Law alumni, two current students, as well as the Acting Assistant Dean of Admissions & Recruitment, who will share their experience and advice.
Participants will learn about different paths, options, and gain ideas and inspiration; they will also have the opportunity to ask questions. We look forward to seeing you there!
Doctoral candidate Brian Bird will give his DCL seminar on "The Forgotten Fundamental: Freedom of Conscience in Canada."
Supervisor: Professor Robert Leckey.
For our 2018 conference, the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada turns its focus to a topic that has plenty of history in Canada: tax fairness.
It’s no surprise that taxes are in the headlines today: tensions around tax fairness have always provoked political engagement and lively protest. Such tensions account for some of our nation’s best and worst moments of social solidarity and mutual hostility.