The Faculty of Law's Admissions Office is dedicating five weeks of advising hours to the different sections/requirements of the BCL/JD application.
Candidates are invited to take note of these dates in their calendar and sign up to be notified of specific times and platforms for advising.
The McGill Law community is invited to participate in the 13th annual Christie Community Bike Ride in support of the First Peoples Justice Centre of Montreal (CJPPM).
The Faculty of Law and the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism invite you to a very timely talk with Gregory Stanton, Halima Bahman, Stuart Russell, BCL'81, LLB'82, and Derakhshan Qurban-Ali, BCL/JD'21, moderated by Professor Frédéric Mégret.
The Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Arts are hosting a recorded panel discussion on the topic of diversity, equality and inclusion (EDI) with special focus on Indigenous peoples’ rights. This event takes place a day before Orange Shirt Day (30 September).
Registration is open on the McGill Alumni site.
The Summit Series, known at the time simply as the Canada-USSR Series, was an eight-game ice hockey series between the Soviet Union and Canada, held in September 1972. It started what remains today, almost 50 years later, the greatest rivalry in international hockey.
The Institute of Air and Space Law cordially invites you to attend its new webinar series. This inaugural 2021-2022 series will examine “Law in a Rapidly Evolving Aviation Industry.”Abstract
With the backdrop of COVID-19, this episode will address practical issues from both airline and lessor perspectives on an airline bankruptcy case study and restructurings & aircraft repossessions.
Professor of Business Law Peer Zumbansen welcomes Simon Archer for the second installment in the Seminars in Business & Society series of 2021-2022 for a talk on The Rising Tide of Climate Litigation: The Strategy and Politics.
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 Acting Assistant Dean (Admission & Recruitment), Faculty of Law, McGill University.
Our annual general admissions workshop is hosted by the Faculty of Law's Assistant Dean, Admissions and Recruitment.
During the workshop, which will be given remotely, we will go over BCL/JD Admissions policies and processes, give insights into what the Faculty Admissions Committee is seeking as it conducts its holistic applicant file review, and give you a chance to ask questions about applying to law school and student life at McGill.
THANKSGIVING DAY holiday. Classes cancelled. Administrative offices closed.
Prospective law school applicants at the University of Western Ontario are invited to visit us at the Virtual Graduate and Professional Schools Fair at the University of Western Ontario.
The Assistant Dean, Admissions and Recruitment, will present the program and the admissions process, and answer your questions.
The McGill Graduate and Professional Schools Fair is an event organized by the Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS) and Science Undergraduate Society (SUS) together with the Career Planning Service (CaPS). The Graduate & Professional School Fair is a great way to connect with a large number of faculties and schools!
The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism warmly welcomes Professor Obiora C. Okafor, York Research Chair in International & Transnational Legal Studies, Osgoode Hall Law School, for its annual John P. Humphrey Lecture in Human Rights, in collaboration with the McGill Bicentennial.