The Baxter Family Competition in Federalism is a prestigious bi-annual competition, with the overarching goal of advancing research and fostering informed debate on federalism by young jurists (including law students, law PhD Candidates, junior legal scholars and junior lawyers) from around the world. This year's theme was Federalism, Identity and Public Policy in Challenging Times.
No classes or exams. Administrative offices closed. See Library hours.
This two half-day seminar will gather a group of scholars from a variety of disciplines with a view to discussing some of the aforementioned questions and others, with an emphasis on a variety of domestic and transnational developments. Participants are encouraged to draw on specific incidents to focus the discussion.
Among many distinguished guests, speakers will include:
Graduation is an important milestone in a student's life, and while there’s no replacement for crossing the stage in person, McGill will celebrate this occasion by celebrating all of our graduates’ accomplishments. There will be a 30 minute video with music, brief speeches, as well as graduate names and a photo montage.