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Eight McGill Law Students and Recent Alumni to Clerk at Supreme Court of Canada

Published: 12Mar2018

Eight BCL/LLB students, LLM candidates and recent graduates of McGill’s Faculty of Law were tapped selected to serve as law clerks to justices of the Supreme Court of Canada in 2019-2020. They are:

DCL Thesis Defence: Lukas Vanhonnaeker

15Mar201810:30
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12:30

DCL candidate Lukas Vanhonnaeker will be defending his thesis, “Shareholders’ claims for reflective loss in international investment arbitration - the rule and its demystification”, which was...

Statutory Spring Holiday

30Mar2018
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2Apr2018

The University will be closed. All classes are cancelled. Administrative offices will be closed. Library hours are available here....

Art and Law: Politics of Representation, Acquisition and Commission of Contemporary Artworks

14Mar201813:30
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14:30

Join the LSA Arts committee for a panel discussion that provides an introduction to issues that arise in the acquisition and commission of works of art, with Professor Vrinda Narain (McGill Law),...

Screening: Unlocking the Cage

1Mar201818:30
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20:30

Join SALDF McGill for a free screening of acclaimed documentary Unlocking the Cage, which follows animal rights lawyer Steven Wise in his unprecedented challenge to break down the legal wall that...

Limites et potentiels des modes mixtes de règlement des différends

14Mar201811:30
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13:00

The Private Justice and the Rule of Law research group is pleased to welcome Professor Véronique Fraser (Université de Sherbrooke) for a talk on mixed modes of dispute settlement.

Kawaskimhon National Aboriginal Moot

2Mar2018
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4Mar2018

Welcome to our participants, who are coming from across Canada!

Shooting the Messenger? Intermediary Liability & Harmful Online Speech

14Mar201813:00
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14:30

Join Tech Law McGill for a panel discussion on a complex issue that touches on freedom of speech, equality, privacy, access to information, rule of law, and international law featuring leading...

When Memory Fails: The Forensic Psychology of Wrongful Convictions.

14Mar201817:30
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19:00

This year, Innocence McGill's conference aims to bridge the gap between science and law. Join us to understand the frailties of memory and to explore how using memory as evidence could lead to...

The Curse of Bigness Revisited - Antitrust in the New Gilded Age

28Mar201817:00
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19:00

This year, Tim Wu will be giving the McGill Law Journal Annual Lecture.

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