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- Inst. of Comparative Law
- Law - Continuing Education
- Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law
- Private Justice and the Rule of Law
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Any prospective law school applicant in the Greater Toronto Area is welcome to visit us at the Law School Admission Council Canadian Forum.
The McGill Law Assistant Dean of Admissions & Recruitment and an Admissions Officer will be present to talk about the program and answer your questions.
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).
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.
Join us for a presentation by Luc Reydams, Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Notre-Dame (Indiana, USA); Fellow of the Nanovic Institute for European Studies; Senior Fellow Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies; and Professor of Law, Catholic University of Lublin (Poland).
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.
Diversity and excellence are essential to the McGill Faculty of Law. Indeed, our Faculty’s excellence is based on its diversity.
As in past years, the Faculty of Law Admissions Office, the McGill Black Law Students Association (BLSAM), and other student clubs are pleased to invite students of colour and students from marginalized backgrounds to an event designed specifically for them.
Whether you are in university, CEGEP or high school, we invite those who are interested in applying to law school and those who have never even considered the possibility of doing so.
A panel discussion with representatives from the Lubicon Cree and the Algonquins of Barriere Lake, along with an Aboriginal law practitioner, on the impacts of the recent SCC decision declaring Aboriginal title for the Tsilhqot'in Nation (Tsilhqot’in Nation v. British Columbia, 2014 SCC 44).
The International Human Rights Internship Program (IHRIP) is aimed at providing students with an opportunity to apply their legal education in a concrete setting and further develop a demonstrated interest and commitment to the defence of fundamental human rights.
Come talk to past interns and learn about the application and program requirements of the IHRIP for Summer 2015.
IHRIP's Executive Director and internship student coordinators will be on hand to answer questions.
The McGill Law Admissions team will be participating in Concordia University’s “Applying to Law School” workshop.
Interested Concordia students should register through Concordia's Counselling and Development Office.
Launch of Campaign 2014 and announcement of the financial goal:
For more than 20 years, Centraide has marked the launch of its annual fundraising campaign with a joyous public march through downtown Montreal. Please save the date, October 2, 2014, for Centraide’s March of 1,000 Umbrellas in your agenda.
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.
All prospective applicants to the BCL/LLB program of Law are invited to attend our admission plenary.
Come learn from Admissions Officers about the faculty and program, our admission policy and process, important deadlines, etc. There will also be a Q&A section, as well as a Student Ambassador testimonial.
Those unable to attend can view the webcast.
Join us for a screening of The Judge and the General documentary, after which Professeur Frédéric Mégret will moderate a discussion. It is highly recommended that people who wish to attend the discussion with Justice Guzmán the following day attend this screening.