The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism has the pleasure of welcoming Ms. Sally Armstrong for the 2017 John Humphrey Lecture in Human Rights. Ms. Armstrong's talk is titled Human Rights –...
The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism's Dialogue Series enables the wider faculty, students and other scholars in Montreal to actively engage with the research of its members.
DCL candidate Kate Glover will be defending her thesis, “The Stories We Tell: the Supreme Court of Canada and the Constitution”, which was written under the supervision of Professor Hoi Kong.
Inter Gentes will be launching its inaugural issue, a thematic exploration of International Law and Peoples' Resistance. Come join us for wine and refreshments at the launch celebration and learn...
The Crépeau Centre is pleased to invite you to a conference on Japanese property law.
The Black Law Student Association of Canada (BLSAC) invites black students, racialized students, and allies interested in the civil law to BLSACanada’s first ever civil law symposium!
The Faculty is delighted to announce that Professor Hoi Kong was awarded the Principal’s Prize in Teaching Excellence during Law’s Fall Convocation ceremony on November 2.
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The Young Greens of Canada of Concordia University and McGill University welcome Daniel Green, Deputy Leader, Green Party of Canada, for a panel discussion.
The Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law continues its 2016-2018 Civil Law Workshops series, “Le public en droit privé”, with a tal