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Droit privé/droit public : quelques enjeux d’une distinction doctrinale

6Feb201713:00
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Civil Law Workshop: “Droit privé/droit public : quelques enjeux d’une distinction doctrinale”, with Éric Millard (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense)

Announcing the 2016 Baxter Family Competition Winners

Published: 19Jan2017

The Faculty of Law and the Peter MacKell Chair in Federalism are delighted to announce the winners of the inaugural Baxter Family Competition:...

Trans People and Access to Identity Papers: Changing Names and Designations of Sex in Quebec

11Feb201712:00
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The Trans Legal Clinic is excited to announce another legal seminar on trans people’s access to identity papers in Quebec.

Smart regulation for smart cities: can urban planning and law strengthen social innovation in Montreal?

27Jan201715:00
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Professors Hoi Kong and Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse are kickstarting a series of seminars on urban innovation, in collaboration with the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy (/lawCategory: Centre for...

Seminar on Canada-EU disputes

3Feb201708:30
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For the past seven years, the Canada Europe Transatlantic Dialogue (CETD) has been examining different aspects of the public dimensions of Canada – EU relations.

The Stakes of Tax and Intellectual Property: A European Approach

23Jan201713:00
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CIPP/Lallemand seminar with Nicolas Binctin, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law at the Universities of Poitiers, Paris II, and Paris 12 UPEC.

Between Shul and State: Lesbian Orthodox women negotiate religion and law

7Feb201713:00
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The Regroupement Droit, Changements et Gouvernance (www.rdcg.org) has the pleasure of welcoming Eliza Bateman (DCL/PhD Candidate, Faculty of Law, McGill University) for the February Midi-confé

King Rex v. Judge Judex: Adjudicating Transnational Law

21Feb201717:30
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We invite you to Professor Fabien Gélinas' Inaugural Lecture as holder of the Sir William C. Macdonald Chair.

Our Inherent Right: A Conversation on the Akwesasne Mohawk Court

16Jan201718:00
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The Indigenous Law Association (ILADA) invites you to a discussion on the Akwesasne Mohawk Court; the first indigenous court to be established separate from the Canadian legal system.

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