Research Seminar - 'Mayan women's participation in their own health care in Guatemala' with Anne Marie Chomat
CIPP/Lallemand Seminar with Cristina Lopes Margarido & Falk Giemsa of the European Patent Office. Gonzalo Lavin (Goudreau Gage Dubuc) will be the respondent.
The presentation concerns the examination practice of computer-implemented inventions (CII) in the field of business methods, gaming, training and teaching at the European Patent Office (EPO) which is essentially marked by two hurdles:
The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, in collaboration with the Voices-Voix coalition for civil society, invites you to a conference on the risks currently faced by civil society.
The Centre for Intellectual Property Policy welcomes Alana Maurushat (University of New South Wales).
The Faculty of Law invites you to the Inaugural Lecture of Professor Geneviève Saumier as holder of the Peter M. Laing Chair.
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.
The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism invites you to a talk by O'Brien Fellow in Residence Fayyaz Baqir.
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 Disability, Inclusion and Integration in Big Cities. For this talk, our panellists will be McGill Law doctoral candidate Stephanie Chipeur, Jaccède Montréal founder Omar Lachleb, and RAPLIQ president Linda Gauthier.
The McGill Journal of Law and Health (MJLH) is excited to present a stimulating discussion on the legal and ethical ramifications of stem cell research. This event will present diverse perspectives on research involving the development, use and destruction of human embryos, as well as its many potential benefits and its complexities and regulations.
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 reduce democracy, and what we can do about it.
Coffee and Tea will be served. RSVP at oppenheimer [at] mcgill.ca
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.
The Syrian conflict has generated one of the worst refugee crisis in the post World War II era. The Canadian system has offered not only government sponsorship of refugees, but also a private sponsorship program for resettlement and has been deemed a 'role model' for resettlement that should be exported worldwide. Or should it?
Research Seminar - 'How young doctors learn decision-making in the context of family medicine in Denmark' with Torsten Risør
11th Organizational Behaviour in Health Care (OBHC) Conference
Coordinating Care Across Boundaries and Borders
Sunday, May 13 to Wednesday, May 16, 2008, Montreal, Canada