The James McGill Society and the Faculty of Law of McGill University invite you to a talk by Librarian Emeritus John Hobbins about McGill’s Faculty of Law & the Inception of University-based Legal Education in Canada.
Prior to the 1850s, legal training in Canada was received largely through apprenticeship. While this remained true for Upper Canada until the late 1950s, university-based legal education began a century earlier in Lower Canada at McGill College.
Professor Daniel Jutras, Dean of the Faculty of Law of McGill University, and Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP invite you to a Toronto Coffeehouse event to celebrate Professor Blaine Baker's career.
At this event, we will honour Professor Blaine Baker's many years as a member of the Faculty of Law and also celebrate the establishment of the Blaine Baker Entrance Scholarship.
We look forward to seeing you there to share in memories of Professor Baker's successful career!
Actus Reus presents Kiss, and Be Damned!: An Evening with Chekhov.
Come and support McGill’s very own Law students performing Chekhov’s uproarious one-act comedies: The Bear, The Jubilee, The Proposal, A Tragic Man Despite Himself, and The Night Before the Trial!
The plays run Wednesday, Jan. 22, Thursday, Jan. 23, and Friday, Jan. 24 at 19:30 pm in the Maxwell Cohen Moot Court. Doors open at 19:00.
Semahagn G. Abebe, who is an O’Brien Fellow in Residence at the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism in the Faculty of Law at McGill University, published an opinion piece in the Montreal Gazette newspaper on January 8, 2014: Saudi Arabia’s treatment of Ethiopians has been shameful.
The Centre for Intellectual Property and Policy (CIPP) welcomes Professor Robert Brauneis, George Washington University Law School for a talk on intellectual property.
Robert Brauneis is a Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Intellectual Property Law Program at the George Washington University Law School.
The McGill Research Group on Health and Law is pleased to invite you to its 2014 Interdisciplinary Panel, entitled Banning food ads aimed at children: Is Quebec’s regulatory model still cutting-edge?
A healthy, tasty lunch will be served, but space is limited to 50 participants. Kindly RSVP to rghl [dot] law [at] mcgill [dot] ca.
To members of the Barreau du Québec: approval for continuing education credits is pending.
The Faculty of Law of McGill University invites you to a Symposium entitled "The Unbounded Level of the Mind: Rod Macdonald's Legal Imagination," held in honour of Professor Roderick A. Macdonald, OC, F.R. Scott Chair of Constitutional and Public Law.
The event will allow us to delve into Professor Rod Macdonald's rich scholarship and its implications for future research.
The McGill International Journal of Sustainable Development Law & Policy [JSDLP] and Environmental Law McGill [ELM] invite you to a one-day colloquium on Arctic Law.
This colloquium will build on the success of the JSDLP Volume 9:2 Special Issue on Polar Law. The purpose of the colloquium is to build a dialogue about legal issues in the Arctic between lawyers, academics, government representatives and students.
The Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law continues its new series of Civil Law Workshops, under the theme « Les apparences en droit civil », with a talk by Régine Tremblay (University of Toronto).
This presentation will be in French.
The Nappert Competition is open to all students, junior scholars and junior practitioners from around the world. To be eligible for the prize, authors must be either currently enrolled in a B.C.L, LL.B., J.D., LL.M., D.C.L., or Ph.D. program (or their local equivalents). Those who are no longer in school must have taken their most recent degree within the last three years, or have been admitted to the bar (or the local equivalent) for the first time and for no more than three years (whichever is later).