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Good news: Three faculty members elected to the International Academy of Comparative Law

Published: 18Jul2019

The Faculty of Law is pleased to announce that three of its faculty members are among the successful candidates in the recent elections of the International Academy of Comparative Law (IACL).

Thanksgiving Holiday 2019

14Oct2019

THANKSGIVING DAY holiday. Classes cancelled. Administrative offices closed....

Labour Day

2Sep2019

Labour Day. Classes cancelled. Administrative offices closed. Libraries closed....

DCL Thesis Defence: Jeffery Smith

11Sep201913:00
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DCL candidate Jeffery Smith will be defending his thesis, "After Ilulissat: Achieving Coherency in International Environmental Law for the Arctic," which was written under the supervision of...

DCL Thesis Defence: Nanying Tao

14Aug201910:00
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DCL candidate Nanying Tao will be defending her thesis, “China’s Attitude towards International Adjudication: A Transcivilizational Process Perspective”, which was written under the supervision of...

Nicholas Kasirer nominated to the Supreme Court of Canada

Published: 11Jul2019

The Faculty of Law is thrilled to announce that former McGill Law professor and dean Nicholas Kasirer, BCL’85, LLB’85, has been nominated to the Supreme Court of Canada. Justice Kasirer will...

Health Rights: Individual, Collective, and ‘National’: Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Pre-Conference Session

Published: 14Jun2019

The session will take place on 6 November 2019, with conference to follow on 7-8 November 2019 Location: McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, CanadaExtended Submission Deadline: 30 July 2019

Jakub Adamski Appointed Faculty Lecturer in Legal Ethics

Published: 20Jun2019

The Faculty of Law is pleased to announce that Jakub Adamski, BCL/LLB’02, has been appointed as faculty lecturer, effective June 1, 2019....

Roundtable on language, language policy, standards, translation, and access to justice in a linguistically diverse world

30Jun201909:30
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The School of Continuing Studies has organized a panel of experts to reflect on the role of linguistic diversity in the administration of justice and the protection and advocacy of individual rights.

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