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Comment s'écrit la doctrine juridique? Regard sur les lettres de François Gény à Raymond Saleilles (1892-1912)

3 May 2016 16:00
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The Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law, with the support of the Wainwright Chair in Civil Law, is pleased to welcome Professor Christophe Jamin (Sciences Po) and Professor Frédéric Audren (Sciences Po) for a talk about the written correspondence...

Limits of Formalization and Horizons of Urban Citizenship: Insights on Law and Informality through the Lens of Electronic Waste

9 May 2016 10:30
12:30

Doctoral defence for Ms. Sabaa Ahmad Khan.

Thesis title: Limits of Formalization and Horizons of Urban Citizenship: Insights on Law and Informality through the Lens of Electronic Waste.

Supervisor: Professor Adelle Blackett.

The Legal Challenges in Cyberspace

14 May 2016
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15 May 2016

Established in 2008, McGill’s Annual Graduate Conference in Law has quickly grown beyond its originally North American focus to become truly international in character. A product of the Faculty’s commitment to original, innovative research and the cultivation of future legal scholars, the Conference welcomes graduate students from around the world with these two ends in mind.

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Law is as law does: Revisiting retroactivity in common law jurisdictions

17 May 2016 12:30
13:30

Each summer, the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law organizes a series of seminars to promote research of students from McGill and elsewhere.  

For this presentation, we welcome Jennifer Anderson, McGill University.

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4th Manfred Lachs International Conference on Conflicts in Space and the Rule of Law

27 May 2016
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28 May 2016

Almost sixty years of exploration and use of outer space have brought unprecedented benefits to mankind. Humanity now depends heavily upon space, and even a single “day without satellites” would have disastrous impacts for everyone on Earth, particularly those who increasingly rely on space assets.

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Reconceiving Quebec’s Legal Responses to Surrogacy Agreements

31 May 2016 12:30
13:30

Each summer, the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law organizes a series of seminars to promote research of students from McGill and elsewhere.  

For this presentation, we welcome Stefanie Carsley, McGill University.

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10th Summer Institute of Jurilinguistics

10 Jun 2016 08:45
17:00

On behalf of all members of the Network of Jurilinguistics Centres, and with the support from Justice Canada, the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law is pleased to announce the 10th edition of its Summer Institute of Jurilinguistics. Our guest speakers will address some main themes of jurislinguistics:

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La propriété civiliste et les analyses féministes : à la recherche d’un lieu à soi

14 Jun 2016 12:30
13:30

Each summer, the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law organizes a series of seminars to promote research of students from McGill and elsewhere.  

For this presentation, we welcome Jessica Leblanc, UQAM

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Appellate Review of Social Facts: How Deference to Trial Courts Threatens to Uproot the Living Tree

5 Jul 2016 12:30
13:30

Each summer, the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law organizes a series of seminars to promote research of students from McGill and elsewhere.  

For this presentation, we welcome Charles R. Daoust, McGill University.

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Universities in a Dangerous World

7 Jun 2017
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10 Jun 2017
Join us for the Scholars at Risk Network 2016 World Congress, which takes place this year at McGill University's Faculty of Law.

The SAR Network 2016 Global Congress will celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Scholars at Risk (SAR) Network and the collective efforts of network members and partners protecting scholars and promoting academic freedom worldwide. Over the years, the network has grown from fewer than two dozen institutions to over 400 in 39 countries.

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