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Faculty Council (Law)

Wed, 2014-10-15 13:00 - 14:30
Chancellor Day Hall : NCDH 202, 3644 rue Peel Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1W9
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Family and Sexuality

Mon, 2015-03-16 13:00 - 14:30
Chancellor Day Hall : NCDH 202, 3644 rue Peel Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1W9

A 2014-2015 Disability, Human Rights and the Law Seminar.

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Work and Economic Security

Mon, 2015-01-26 13:00 - 14:30
Chancellor Day Hall : NCDH 202, 3644 rue Peel Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1W9

A 2014-2015 Disability, Human Rights and the Law Seminar.

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Universal Design and Accessible Public Spaces

Mon, 2014-10-20 13:00 - 14:30
Chancellor Day Hall : NCDH 202, 3644 rue Peel Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1W9

A 2014-2015 Disability, Human Rights and the Law Seminar with guests John Radford (Professor, York University, Critical Disability Studies), Mélanie Benard (Disability Rights Activist), and Béatrice Vizkelety (Visiting Fellow, McGill Faculty of Law).

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Inclusive Education: Implementing the CRPD in Canada and the Global South

Mon, 2014-09-22 13:00 - 14:30
Chancellor Day Hall : NCDH 202, 3644 rue Peel Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1W9

2014-2015 Disability, Human Rights and the Law Seminar with guests Charles Ngwena (O’Brien Fellow in Residence), Futsum Abbay (Research Associate, CHRLP), Roberta Thomson (Accessible and Inclusive Education Course Instructor, UDL Faculty Toolkit Project Coordinator).

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Legal Education: The "Book to Come" in the Faculties of Law

Fri, 2014-09-26 09:00 - Sat, 2014-09-27 15:30
Chancellor Day Hall : 3644 rue Peel Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1W9

This transatlantic seminar seeks to start a reflection on books in the context of the study and learning of law. The starting point of this discussion is the idea that a book is a composition that seeks to gather its subject into an intelligible whole, which seems out of step with contemporary modes of writing the law. These modes sometimes seem more appropriate to the complexity of the legal phenomenon as it appears to lawyers and the public.

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Les perspectives françaises sur le contrôle de la sentence internationale ou étrangère

Mon, 2014-09-29 17:30 - 19:00
Chancellor Day Hall : Maxwell Cohen Moot Court (NCDH 100), 3644 rue Peel Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1W9

This year, Dominique Hascher, Judge of the Supreme Judicial Court of France and Adjunct Professor of Law at University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne, will deliver the John E.C. Brierley Memorial Lecture.

This lecture on arbitration commemorates the life and work of John E.C. Brierley, who was Professor and Dean of Law at McGill. He was a prominent figure in the discipline of comparative law internationally and the leading Canadian expert on arbitration.

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Figures de l’abnégation en droit civil : le cas des relations familiales

Fri, 2014-10-03 13:00 - 14:30
Chancellor Day Hall : NCDH 202, 3644 rue Peel Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1W9

Civil law workshop with Yann Favier, professor of private law at Université Rennes 2 and Université européenne de Bretagne.

This year, the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law is launching a new civil law workshop series under the theme "L'abnégation en droit civil," examining the aspects and effects of selflessness on civil law.

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The Treaty of Niagara 1764 and Canadian constitutionalism today: Crown/First Nations relations 250 years in

Mon, 2014-09-15 17:30 - 19:00
Chancellor Day Hall : Maxwell Cohen Moot Court (NCDH 100), 3644 rue Peel Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1W9

The Royal Proclamation of 1763 is recognized as one of Canada’s founding constitutional documents, and is sometimes referred to as a “Bill of Rights” for Indigenous people.  Less well-known and recognized in Canadian classrooms and jurisprudence is a treaty entered into a year later, in July and August 1764, when about 2000 First Nations chiefs gathered at Fort Niagara to meet with British superintendent of Indian Affairs, Sir William Johnson.

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United Nations Immunity versus Human Rights

Wed, 2014-11-12 17:30 - 19:00
Chancellor Day Hall : Maxwell Cohen Moot Court (NCDH 100), 3644 rue Peel Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1W9
Price: Free

Join us for the 2014 Raoul Wallenberg Lecture in Human Rights, which will be given by Mr. Stephen Lewis. Mr. Lewis' presentation will touch upon the UN’s role and response to the cholera outbreak in Haiti, and to finding an end to the impunity surrounding UN military and civilian peacekeeping personnel who engage in sexual violence.

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