All Born to Freedom? Comparing the Law & Politics of Race and the Memory of Slavery in the U.S. & France Today
The Institute of Comparative Law welcomes Professor Ariela Gross, John B. and Alice R. Sharp Professor of Law and History at USC Gould School of Law.
The Labour Law and Development Research Laboratory (LLDRL) is delighted to share two pieces of good news with the community.
First, Armel Brice Adanhounme (on left), who was a Banting Postdoctoral Fellow at the LLDRL from 2011-2013, was recently hired as a professor of Industrial Relations in the Département des sciences de la gestion at l’Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. We wish him the greatest of success in his new endeavor.
The Faculty of Law welcomes Professor Kira Matus, London School of Economics.
The Centre for Human rights and Legal Pluralism and the Annie MacDonald Langstaff Lecture Series welcome Madhav Khosla, PhD Candidate, Harvard University, who will talk about "Equality and the Indian Supreme Court: The Naz Foundation Case."
The Asia-Pacific Law Association of McGill student group invites you to a showing of the documentary "Être chinois au Québec/Being Chinese in Quebec", followed by a Q&A with Parker Mah, one of the movie's directors, and Me Walter Tom, an immigration lawywer who also participated in the documentary project.
McGill Dispute Resolution Lecture with Angus Gunn, Q.C., Borden Ladner Gervais LLP/S.E.N.C.R.L., Vancouver.
Organized by the Private Justice & the Rule of Law research group.
RSVP: kuzi [dot] charamba [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca
Join us for this event on municipal collusion and corruption organised by McGill Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal (CIRM).
Innocence McGill presents its annual conference, which this year welcomes Michel Dumont and Danielle Dansereau.
Michel Dumont was wrongfully convicted of a sexual assault he did not commit. He spent three years behind bars and was only exonerated in 2001 with the help of family members who never gave up on this fight. He will be sharing his story.
The Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law welcomes Bertrand Stoffel, University of Zurich, for a Civil Law Workshop, under the theme « Les apparences en droit civil ».
Appearance plays a major role in civil evidence. Certainly, the judge may sometimes rely on science to prove facts. Often however, the judge will have to base her judgment on what appears to her as true or false.
The 2nd Manfred Lachs International Conference on Global Space Governance will be an opportunity to analyze the current socio-political, strategic and legal challenges to the achievement of good global space governance. The conference will also aim to propose viable policy options and regulatory mechanisms that will help ensure that present generations of humanity can continue their exploration and use of outer space without seriously compromising the possibility for future generations to do the same.