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Assisted Reproduction: Navigating the Criminalization of Commercial Surrogacy and Reacting to Unexpected Situations
The Tax and Innovation Research Team workshop will consist of three presentations on themes arising in the Law and the Creative District project organized by Professors Allison Christians and Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse
Participate in a fascinating discussion on the situation of the Rohingya minority in Myanmar. Experts are questioning whether genocide is being perpetrated against this Muslim minority, which is persecuted and deprived of many rights.
A Dispute Resolution Series talk with Annie Lespérance, Cabinet Yves Fortier.
Dans le cadre des Séminaires Jeunes Chercheurs 2015-2016, le Regroupement droit, changements et gouvernance est heureux de présenter cette conférence qui se tiend
The Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law is pleased to announce a colloquium celebrating its 40th anniversary.
The McGill Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism and the Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law are pleased to welcome three mediation experts.
Reconciliation means not having to say sorry twice: Implications of the historic ruling of the CHRT for reconciliation
McGill University’s School of Social Work and the Faculty of Law are proud to present an Annie MacDonald Langstaff - Margot E. Halpenny Lecture by Dr.
Media @McGill (media.mcgill.ca) welcomes Nancy Fraser, Henry A.
The McGill Law Journal (MLJ) is pleased to invite scholars, students, lawyers, and community members to its Annual Symposium, which will feature the authors of the Journal’s forth
Considering a career in international arbitration?
The Centre for Intellectual Property Policy, in collaboration with Lallemand Inc., welcomes Irene Calboli, Visiting Professor, and Founding Deputy Director of the Applied Research Centre for Intellectual Assets and the Law in Asia
Join us for the fourth talk of Faculty of Law's popular continuing legal education series.
Lecture offered by the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy (CIPP) and its members.
Classes and exams cancelled. Administrative offices open and library hours unchanged.
Enjoy your reading week!
A Disability, Human Rights and the Law Series seminar for 2015-2016, organized by the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism.