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Law Admissions Drop-In Advising Sessions

26 Sep 2022
22 Oct 2022

Online sessions: Register here.

The Faculty of Law's Admissions Office is dedicating four weeks of advising hours to the different sections/requirements of the BCL/JD application. 

Science & the Law IP Masterclass

5 Oct 2022 12:30

With guest speaker:  Carmela de Luca, B.Sc. (Biochem), Ph.D. (Exp Med), J.D.; Partner, Bereskin & Parr 

Host:  Richard Gold, Director, Centre for Intellectual Property Policy (CIPP)

12:30pm Lunch | 1:00-2:30pm Masterclass

Presented by: IP Law Club, Centre for Intellectual Property Policy (CIPP), Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC)

Workshop for Re-Applicants to the BCL/JD program

5 Oct 2022 16:30

Remote video platform (registration mandatory) 

Hosted by the Assistant Dean, Admissions and Recruitment, this information session is designed specifically for re-applicants. 

Law School Application Workshop at Concordia University

6 Oct 2022 10:00

Learn about McGill Law's admission process and discover tips on how to make a strong application. Guest speakers from McGill University will be present. 

This event will be co-facilitated by Kristel Kabigting and by the Assistant Dean (Admission & Recruitment), Faculty of Law, McGill University. 

Law Information Session for Indigenous Candidates

6 Oct 2022 13:00

Event will also be broadcast via Zoom; link sent to registrants in advance of event.

Free but registration required:

Book launch: Law, Life, and the Teaching of Legal History Essays in Honour of G. Blaine Baker

6 Oct 2022 17:30

Please join us for a reception and conversation to be held at the Caren and Jordan H. Waxman Common Room for Law, Life, and the Teaching of Legal History Essays in Honour of G.

New York LSAC Forum

14 Oct 2022
15 Oct 2022

The Faculty of Law’s Admissions Officer will be in New York for the LSAC JD forum. Come visit the McGill table to find out more about our unique BCL/JD and how to apply for admission. 

Come meet us at our table during the following periods: 

The Global Governance of Online Harms

19 Oct 2022
20 Oct 2022

Both in-person and virtual options (see registration for further details)

Registration link.

Free Speech and the Regulation of Social Media - 2022 Annual Beaverbrook Lecture

19 Oct 2022 17:00
About this event

The Supreme Court of the United States is set to consider the two cases involving Florida and Texas’s social media laws, signalling a hugely significant court battle in the United States about the questions of free speech and social media regulation. This court battle comes at a moment when democracies around the world grapple with similar issues.

LSAC Digital Law School Forum

22 Oct 2022 14:00

Remote platform (registration mandatory) 

Open House 2022 - Faculty of Law

23 Oct 2022 10:00

Registration required. 

Visit the Faculty of Law during McGill Open House. 

Meet the Admissions team and McGill Law students, and take a guided tour of the Faculty of Law. The Assistant Dean of Admissions and Recruitment will host several information sessions throughout the day. 

Ce que Basquiat nous enseigne: A Conversation on Art, Law and Critical Race Theory 

27 Oct 2022 18:00

Open to all. Registration required. This event will primarily take place in French.

Ce que Basquiat nous enseigne : A Conversation Between Internationally Renowned Painter Manuel Mathieu and Distinguished Attorney Tamara Thermitus, Ad.E. 

Power, Money and Merits: L’héritage de la méthode des cas au Canada et dans le monde

4 Nov 2022 13:00

Save the Constitution, the United States’s most famous legal export may well be the case method.

Book launch - Valley of the Birdtail: An Indian Reserve, a White Town, and the Road to Reconciliation

15 Nov 2022 10:00

The Centre for Human Rights & Legal Pluralism and the O’Brien Fellows in Residence program presents: 

Book launch with the authors, Andrew Stobo Sniderman and Douglas Sanderson (Amo Binashii) 

In-person-only event. All are welcome 

Colloque "Les bibliothèques des juristes | Law's Libraries"

18 Nov 2022
19 Nov 2022

Quelle place occupent les bibliothèques — qu’elles soient personnelles ou institutionnelles, matérielles ou idéelles — dans la production, la réception et la diffusion des savoirs juridiques? En quoi les bibliothèques de droit diffèrent-elles de celles que l’on retrouve dans les autres disciplines? Quelle serait la bibliothèque idéale d’un étudiant en droit, d’une avocate, d’un notaire, d’une juge?  

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