Faculty of Law news
McGill's Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism is pleased to welcome Akbar Ganji, Iran's most prominent political dissident, for the Nov. 22 public lecture "Iran, Human Rights, and the Nuclear Question: What are the Connections?"
The Faculty of Law was delighted to learn that the official launch of the doctoral dissertation of alumnus Charles-Emmanuel Côté (DCL 2006, Dean's Honour List) was held at the Salon du livre de Montréal, on November 16, 2007.
Law professor Desmond Manderson's book "Proximity, Levinas, and the Soul of Law" (MQUP, 2007) has been shortlisted by the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences for the Raymond Klibansky Prize for best English-language book in the humanities. The winners will be announced at a reception on November 24, 2007, in Ottawa. His friends and colleagues wish him the best of luck!
McGill's Faculty of Law is proud to welcome William "Bill" C. Kuebler, an American lawyer and a lieutenant commander in the United States Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps who has been assigned to the Office of Military Commissions, for a public address. He has acted as counsel for Canadian youth Omar Khadr, detained in Guantanamo.
The Faculty of Law is both pleased and saddened to report that Professor Patrick Healy was appointed this week to the Court of Quebec, Criminal and Penal Division, in Montreal.
From October 1 to the 14th, McGill University will host "Imagining the Unthinkable: L'exposition du génocide," a public exhibition that conveys the realities of genocide by bringing together exceptional international collections of photographs, drawings, survivor testimonial archives and interactive multimedia.
From October 1 to 14, McGill University will host "Imagining the Unthinkable: L'exposition du genocide," a public exhibition that conveys the realities of genocide by bringing together exceptional international collections of photographs, drawings, survivor testimonial archives and interactive multimedia.