The LSA Computer Advisory Committee administers the student-funded Computer Labs at the Faculty of Law in conjunction with the Faculty. The committee is composed of three student representatives (including a member of the LSA executive) and two Faculty members. The Committee provides for the technical support, maintenance, upgrading and printing services of the LSA Computer Labs. The Committee is also responsible for the Faculty’s email and electronic notice systems. The Committee strives to maintain and improve student computer services at the lowest cost.
The McGill Legal Information Clinic is a student-run service for the McGill community. Law students provide legal counselling and information within the limits of the Quebec Bar Act. Only students who have completed first year are eligible to volunteer. For further information, call 514- 398-6792 or visit the clinic offices at Rooms B-20 and B-21, University Centre, 3480 McTavish Street.
Quid Novi is the weekly newspaper of the McGill Faculty of Law, and is published and financially supported by students. It covers events and legal issues, both inside and outside the Faculty. Content ranges from wit and satire to investigative journalism, from poetry to front-page news stories, and from political commentary to humorous contests.
Skit Nite is an annual theatrical event produced and performed by law students. Comprising humorous vignettes of law school life and musical performances, the show has become the highlight of the Faculty social calendar. The primary purpose of the evening, however, is to raise money for worthy local causes. Skit Nite donates over $20,000 every year to several Montreal charities.