Faculty

Maimonides and Contemporary Tort Theory: Law, Religion, Economics and Morality

2Feb201613:00
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The Institute of Comparative Law and McGill’s Department of Jewish Studies are pleased to invite you to a talk by Professors Yuval Sinai

Jennifer Stoddart made Officer of the Order of Canada

Published: 13Jan2016

The Faculty of Law is delighted to report that Ms. Jennifer Stoddart, BCL’80, was appointed Officer of the Order of Canada in December 2015, “for her international leadership in privacy rights and...

Autonomy and Security in the Context of Independent Living

21Mar201613:00
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A Disability, Human Rights and the Law Series seminar for 2015-2016, organized by the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism.

Involuntary Confinement and Involuntary Treatment

25Jan201613:00
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A Disability, Human Rights and the Law Series seminar for 2015-2016, organized by the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism.

DCL Thesis Defence: Jocelyn Norah Stacey

29Jan201614:00
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DCL candidate Jocelyn Norah Stacey will be defending her thesis, “The Constitution of the Environmental Emergency”, which was written under the supervision of Professor Evan Fox-Decent.

DCL Thesis Defence: Md Tanveer Ahmad

21Jan201614:00
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Doctoral candidate Md Tanveer Ahmad will be presenting his thesis entitled “Toward governing emissions from aviation that contribute to climate change and global warming”, which was supervised by...

Cultural pluralism, Gender Equality and Treaty Making: The Case of Shari'a Reservations

18Jan201613:00
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Join us for an Annie MacDonald Langstaff Workshop in collaboration with the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism with Tanya Monforte, O'Brien Fellow in Residence, McGill Centre for Human...

Intellectual Property Rights as Foreign Direct Investment - When Intellectual Property Crosses Borders: Dangers and Opportunities

20Jan201616:00
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Mr. Lucas Vanhonnaeker mainly focuses on international trade law and international investment law and has had the opportunity to study Corporate and IP law. He writes on topics characterized by the...

Bird(ie)s of a Feather: Looking for Indigenous Laws and the Reconciliation Project

25Jan201617:00
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Join us for a talk by Tracey Lindberg, an Indigenous legal scholar who teaches both at Ottawa U.

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