Law Grad Studies news
Maclean's magazine has just announced that McGill Law’s Kim Brooks has become one of 10 professors across the country to be selected for Canada’s most prestigious university teaching awards, the 3M National Teaching Fellows.
The Faculty is pleased to announce that Mtre Ali Martin-Mayer, BSc’98, BCL/LLB’02, has been appointed Assistant Dean, Admissions & Recruitment.
The Quebec Research Centre of Private and Comparative Law is inviting proposals for papers to be presented at its conference 23-25 September 2010. Deadline: 15 April 2010.
Boeing Fellow Norberto Luongo and Alejandro Piera, both DCL Candidates attached to the Institute of Air and Space Law, have won the first prize in a prestigious air law international contest.
Gérard Bouchard, the prominent Quebec historian and sociologist who co-chaired the Bouchard-Taylor Commission will deliver this year's McNaughton Lecture on public policy at McGill's Faculty of Law on March 3, 2010.
Mohammad Nsour, DCL’09, has published his recent doctoral thesis as a book, Rethinking the World Trade Order: Towards a Better Legal Understanding of the Role of Regionalism in the Multilateral Trade Regime (Sidestone Press, Hooigracht, The Netherlands, 2009).
Following a generous gift from the Nussia & André Aisenstadt Foundation, the McGill Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism (CHRLP) is now opening this call for applications for a Nussia & André Aisenstadt Student Research Fellow.
The Quebec Research Centre of Private and Comparative Law invites applications for three postgraduate scholarship opportunities: one FQRSC Scholarship in Transsystemic Legal Studies, and two MDEIE Scholarships in Civil Law Trusts.
A professor at McGill’s Faculty of Law has been named to a prominent group of distinguished legal experts working to develop arbitration and settlement rules for disputes related to outer space.
Beginning the night of Monday, November 23 until Sunday, December 20 the Redpath main floor, as well as the Cyberthèque of the Humanities and Social Sciences Library will remain open overnight. A valid McGill ID card is required for access to the Library after 00:45.
In the McGill Reporter, Pascal Zamprelli writes about "Art in the Streets: Graffiti’s Challenge to Intellectual Property", a panel discussion organized by the student club Rethinking Intellectual Property Policy (RIPP) at McGill’s Faculty