Research

Canada’s Private and Government Sponsorship of Syrian Refugees: Successes, Challenges, Prospects

16Nov201717:30
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The Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law and the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism invite you to a panel on Canada’s Private and Government Sponsorship of Syrian Refugees.

Hacktivism & Cybercrime

23Oct201713:00
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The Centre for Intellectual Property Policy welcomes Alana Maurushat (University of New South Wales).

Professors Andrea Bjorklund and Kun Fan named Norton Rose Faculty Scholars in Arbitration & Commercial Law

Published: 10Oct2017

The Faculty of Law is pleased to announce that Professor Andrea Bjorklund, L. Yves Fortier Chair in International Arbitration and International Commercial Law, and Professor Kun Fan have been...

Is ‘Political’ International Law the Enemy of Democracy?

6Nov201713:00
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The Oppenheimer Chair and the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism invite you to a talk by Florian Couveinhes Matsumoto, on how treaties are used to bypass and weaken democracy, and what we...

Governance of Inclusive Cities: Realization of Disability Rights

27Oct201713:00
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The Disability & Law Initiative invites you to their first event this year, which will explore disability in the built environment through planning, design and public policy through the theme...

Animations of Indigenous Law in Louise Erdrich’s "LaRose"

25Oct201713:00
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Join us for an Annie MacDonald Langstaff workshop with Professor Beth Piatote, UC Berkeley. Tomlinson Visiting Professor John Borrows and Boulton Fellow Kerry Sloan will provide commentary.

Patenting Computer Implemented Inventions (CII) – The European Patent Office Experience

20Oct201713:00
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CIPP/Lallemand Seminar with Cristina Lopes Margarido & Falk Giemsa of the European Patent Office. Gonzalo Lavin (Goudreau Gage Dubuc) will be the respondent.

Stephen Smith Named New Zealand Law Foundation Distinguished Fellow of 2017

Published: 3Oct2017

The Faculty of Law proudly congratulates Professor Stephen Smith, who recently returned from a five-week stay in New Zealand as the NZ Law Foundation Distinguished Fellow of 2017. This prestigious...

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