Law student affairs news
Bryana Jensen, Mary Race, Alexandra Dodger and Kabir Jamal formed the only Canadian team to win an award in the final rounds, with a remarkable 4th place global recognition for its written submissions among the 105 finalists from 76 countries.
Law students Alexandre Shee and Seo Yun Yang were one of 14 McGill students to receive a Scarlet Key on Tuesday, March 23, 2010, in a pinning ceremony presided over by Principal Heather Munroe-Blum.
Law students Mary Race, Kabir Jamal, Bryana Jensen and Alexandra Dodger took silver at the Canadian National Division Qualifying Tournament of the 2010 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition last weekend.
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.
Joanna Baron, Law II, has been awarded a research contract worth $5,000 by the Department of Justice as part of its program on Canadian bijuralism. Her research proposal aims to examine the "Interaction Between the Assisted Human Reproduction Act and Provincial Laws on Filiation or Parentage.”
Last Friday at the Montreal Courthouse, the team of Nicholas Melling and Jeannine Plamondon competed in and won the Guy-Guérin Cup, which is the Quebec regional round for the Sopinka Cup. In addition, Melling won the individual prize for the “Best examination-in-chief.”
Students Olivier Archambault-Lafond, Yacine Hadjoudj, Geneviève Laurin and Éric L'Italien defended McGill’s colours at the Pierre-Basile Mignault Moot last weekend. The Laurin / Archambault-Lafond tandem came in second and received the Yvon Blais Cup.
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.
In the McGill Reporter, Laurel Baker writes about law student Mae Nam, who is the daughter of a domestic worker and who today seeks equality through advocacy and charter litigation.
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