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Yoriko Otomo - After Persons, Animism, Animals and Law

13Feb202313:00
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(En anglais seulement) This lecture critically examines a current tendency in human-animal, critical animal studies and social anthropology to look towards the ‘animism’ of indigenous communities...

4th Annual Women in Entrepreneurship Panel

16Mar202317:30
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Since 2020, the McGill Engine has co-hosted an annual Women in Entrepreneurship Panel with /engineCategory: School of Architecture...

Winner of the 2022 Sarin-McGill Annual Student Essay Contest on Aircraft Finance & Leasing announced

Published: 31Jan2023

Sarin & Co. and the Institute of Air and Space Law, McGill University are pleased to announce that Avani Gupta from the International Institute of Air and Space Law, Leiden University, has been...

IASL Cohort visits Air Canada HQ

Published: 31Jan2023

On 27 January 2022, a group of 25 students, consisting of the 2021, 2022 and 2023 cohorts, enjoyed the unique opportunity to visit the headquarters of Air Canada located at Montreal airport for a...

IASL holds first Alumni Cocktail of 2023

Published: 30Jan2023

The Institute of Air and Space Law Association (IASLA), the very active alumni network of the Institute of Air and Space Law (IASL), welcomed over 60 guests to its annual Holiday Party at the...

René Provost awarded a second international book prize

Published: 30Jan2023

The Faculty of Law is pleased to announce that Rebel Courts: The Administration of Justice by Armed Insurgents (Oxford University Press, 2021), by Professor René Provost, FRSC, Ad E, has received...

Alexandra Popovici - Être ou ne pas être : les cendres en droit civil québécois

10Mar202313:00
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(In French Only)./lawCategory: Faculty of Law Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law

Sentencing in Canada: Do Canadian courts have sufficient guidance?

6Mar202317:30
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With Justice Patrick Healy (Court of Appeal of Quebec) Professor Julian Roberts (University of Oxford) Dean Marie-Eve Sylvestre (University of Ottawa) moderated by Professor Marie Manikis ...

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