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The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism at the McGill University Faculty of Law is now accepting applications for four international judicial internships. The selected interns will be placed at the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands, at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Netherlands (2 positions), and at the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris, France. All applications and supporting materials must be received on 14 December 2007 for one of the Permanent Court of Arbitration internships and on 4 January 2008 for the remaining positions. Visit the CHRLP website for more details and to find out how to apply.
The Faculty wishes to congratulate Jane Caskey (LLB'95), Sunny Handa (BCom'89, LLM'95, DCL'98), Desmond Lee (LLB'96), Christopher Naudie (BA'90, BCL/LLB'94), Martin Valasek (BCL/LLB'98) and Justin Vineberg (BCom'93, BCL/LLB'97), who have won this year's Lexpert Leading Lawyers Under 40 award.
Organizers for the conference to be held at Desautels December 8-9 are IS professors Kunsoo Han, Wonseok Oh, Animesh Animesh and Alain Pinsonneault. Topic: Economic aspects of IT in organizations. Info: www.wise2007.org.
Co-chair of the December 9-12 conference, to be held at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel, is Desautels professor Alain Pinsonneault, Imasco Chair of IS. Keynote speaker: Danielle Savoie, CIO, Cirque du Soleil. Co-organizers: HEC-Montréal, Concordia and Queen's universities. Topic: All research topics. Info: www.icis2007.org. The award for Professor Pinsonneault's winning IS Publication of the Year paper (with Pozzebon, M., R. Titah), "Combining Social Shaping of Technology and Communicative Action Theory for Understanding Rhetorical Closure in IT," will be presented on December 11.