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Commemorating Alex Konigsberg

Published: 13Nov2013

On October 29, 2013, the Faculty of Law held a reception in the Common Room to honour the memory of Alex Konigsberg QC, BCL’63, and to also mark the launch of the Alex Konigsberg Management &...

Goodness Grotius: Grotius on the Laws of War

25Nov201314:00
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Legal Theory Workshop with Scott Shapiro, Yale University.

Democratic Deficits? Equality and Representation in Canadian Politics

20Nov201308:30
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Equality is a critical element of Canada’s representative democracy, yet it is one that our electoral system faces critical challenges in delivering.

McGill launches new Interdisciplinary Research Centre to study Montreal

Published: 6Nov2013

The Faculty of Law is pleased to be part of a new interdisciplinary research initiative, the first of its kind to be devoted to the study of Montreal.

The Centaur Jurisprudence Project Conference: The Legalization of Culture and the Enculturation of Law

21Feb201408:30
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This one-day conference will explore the potential of legal pluralism to account for the varied and dynamic roles of culture within legal discourse.

Special Forum on Race, Discrimination and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in North America

22Nov201309:00
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23Nov201313:00

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights & the Faculty of Law of McGill University present a Special Forum on Race, Discrimination and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in North America.

Law, Rights, and Public Spaces

12Nov201313:00
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Program 1:00 PM: Nicholas Blomley, Professor and Chair, Department of Geography, Simon Fraser University | "Law and Geography: Origins and Destinations"

Focus online: "There’s a place for us"

Published: 30Oct2013

The October 2013 edition of Focus online takes a look at the Faculty of Law’s 5th annual DCL retreat that took place this September, to discuss ‘Finding Our Place in Academic Life.’ The event,...

Six projects at the Faculty of Law receive SSHRC funding

Published: 29Oct2013

The Faculty’s Office of Research is happy to announce that six exciting projects have been awarded funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).

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