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Eating Popcorn like a Lawyer: Black History Month Screening

16Feb202317:30
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20:00

Organized in collaboration with the Sciences Po Law School, ‘Eating Popcorn like a Lawyer’ is a seminar series that seeks to establish a continuous dialogue between the fields of law and film....

Disability and Law Student Colloquium

24Mar202313:30
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17:30

Join the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism (CHRLP)’s Disability and Law Student Colloquium being held at McGill’s Faculty of Law. The event will take place in a hybrid format in person...

The Humanitarian Principles in Historical and Legal Perspective

14Feb202310:00
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11:30

With Professor Marina Sharpe, Assistant Professor of International Law in the International Studies programme at Royal Military College Saint-Jean and former Visiting Fellow at the CHRLP....

Black Legal History Matters Too: Counter-Narrating Smithers v The Queen

7Feb202310:00
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11:00

With Professor Amar Khoday, Associate Professor at the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Law and former O’Brien DCL Graduate Fellow from the McGill Faculty of Law, and moderated by Me. Tamara...

Shadaye Cousins joins the Faculty as Acting Assistant Dean (Admissions and Recruitment)

Published: 6Feb2023

The Faculty of Law is delighted to welcome Shadaye Cousins, BCL/JD’22, to its administrative team as acting assistant dean (admissions and recruitment). She joins us for a one-year appointment,...

Yoriko Otomo - After Persons, Animism, Animals and Law

13Feb202313:00
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14:30

(En anglais seulement) This lecture critically examines a current tendency in human-animal, critical animal studies and social anthropology to look towards the ‘animism’ of indigenous communities...

4th Annual Women in Entrepreneurship Panel

16Mar202317:30
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19:00

Since 2020, the McGill Engine has co-hosted an annual Women in Entrepreneurship Panel with /engineCategory: School of Architecture...

René Provost awarded a second international book prize

Published: 30Jan2023

The Faculty of Law is pleased to announce that Rebel Courts: The Administration of Justice by Armed Insurgents (Oxford University Press, 2021), by Professor René Provost, FRSC, Ad E, has received...

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