A talk by Mitra Sharafi, Assistant Professor of Law and Legal Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Organized by the Katharine A. Pearson Chair in Civil Society and Public Policy, and by the South Asia Working Group (Fac. of Arts).
The Faculty warmly congratulates the seven Law students who have just been given the nod to clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada in 2015-2016. They are:
The Faculty of Law at McGill University invites you a Symposium on tax justice and human rights, that will bring together students, academic researchers, and tax justice advocates and activists to collaborate on the topic of tax justice: what is it, how is tax connected to human rights or how could it be, and what research needs to be done to further this emerging field?
We invite paper proposals for a Tax Justice and Human Rights Research Collaboration Symposium, to be held at the McGill Faculty of Law, Montreal, Quebec, from Wednesday to Friday, 18-20 June, 2014.
The symposium will explore the fundamental connections between taxation and human rights by providing a forum for collaboration among emerging scholars, established academics, civil society organization representatives, tax justice advocacy groups, tax policy makers, and researchers from around th
DCL candidate Gani Bitenov will be defending his thesis, "Regulating trade in petroleum under the WTO Regime: trade rules vs. reality of the petroleum industry ", which was prepared under the supervision of Professor Fabien Gélinas.
Both law and machine are man's creations. Both exist to serve him, but may very well hurt him too, since both they are not always used for their intended purposes. Law and machines can come from the noblest enterprises, but can also serve the cause of folly. They are instruments of progress.
This fifth edition of the “Competition and Innovation” conference series will explore the relationship between law and technique, between law and the machine. It will take stock of the changes and responses of law to technical advances and revisit the fears often associated with progress.
Students at the Faculty will mark the launch the second annual edition of the student magazine Contours: Voices of Women in Law on Tuesday, April 8, 2014. This non-profit publication showcases the original written and artistic work, in French and English, of women students and faculty members on the topic of women and the law.
Stop by and pick up a copy to see what your classmates and profs are thinking and writing about.
McGill's Centre for Intellectual Property Policy presents Professor Michal Shur-Ofry of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem – Faculty of Law.
Matinée constitutionnelle -- Nouvelle constitution tunisienne: Rempart de libertés et Modèle de consensus
A Matinée Constitutionnelle, organized by the Regroupement Droit, changements et gouvernance, McGill's Faculty of Law, and the Université de Montréal's Centre de recherche en droit public.
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