The Annie MacDonald Langstaff Workshop Series presents Dr. Dolores Chew, Research Associate and Teacher, Simone de Beauvoir Women's Institute, Concordia University and Marianopolis College.
Event co-hosted by: Feminist Collective at McGill Law, the Women of Colour Collective, McGill Women and the Criminal Law, and RadLaw
For additional information, please contact Professor Vrinda Narain (vrinda [dot] narain [at] mcgill [dot] ca).
Come join current students, professionals from Osler and faculty alums for an early morning run on Mount Royal.
We will meet in front of the Currie Gym and head to Mount Royal.
The Centre for Intellectual Property Policy (CIPP) welcomes Professor Salah Basalamah (Associate Professor, School of Translation and Interpretation, University of Ottawa).
The Centre for Intellectual Property Policy (CIPP) welcomes Mr. Stephen Perry (Perry & Currier, Currier & Kao, Patent and Trademark Agents).
Join us for this third annual edition of the Constitutional Law Workshops.
All welcome; no need to RSVP. This activity has been accredited by the Barreau du Québec has been confirmed. A sign-up sheet will be distributed at the start of each panel during the workshop.
Panel 1: 12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Theoretical Dimensions: Deliberative Democracy and Electoral Law
Presenters: Daniel Weinstock (McGill), Ron Levy (Griffith), and Hoi Kong (McGill).
Commentator: Victor Muñiz-Fraticelli (McGill)
The Faculty of Law is pleased to announce that Dr. Yaw Nyampong has been named Executive Director of the Centre for Research in Air & Space Law.
Yaw Nyampong (LLM’05, DCL’11) is also a graduate of the Faculty of Law of the University of Ghana, Legon. He held an Arsenault Postdoctoral Fellowship at McGill's Institute of Air & Space Law in 2011-2012, and a Boulton Fellowship at the Faculty of Law in 2012-2013.
Join us for an informal conversation with Hagai El-Ad, Executive Director of Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI).
Mandatory RSVP: sharon [dot] webb [at] mcgill [dot] ca
Come meet the Law School Outreach Program (now called L.E.X. - Law – Éducation – Connexion) coordinators. We’ll explain the program, how you can get involved, our impact in the community and answer all of your questions.
Our guest speakers will be Matthew Albert (Commission scolaire Lester B. Pearson) and a former highschooler who benefited in the program.
Lunch will be served (our thanks to the Beaverbook Foundation of Canada).
The Stikeman Chair in Tax Law is holding its fourth annual Tax Policy Colloquium as part of its PUB2 515 Tax Policy class. The Colloquium features distinguished visiting academics and offers a forum for students, professors, and local practitioners to discuss issues of tax policy and theory, along with related issues of economics and social justice. Members of the public are welcome (please note that the colloquium takes place in a classroom setting).