As the veil that covers the injustices historically experienced by Indigenous peoples within the Canadian legal system is lifted, the field of Aboriginal law is growing and is characterised by fascinating innovations.
To learn more about potential career paths within Aboriginal law, join us for the Indigenous Law Association de Droit Autochtone (ILADA) student club annual panel.
Remote Workshop #1 – Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship 101
Available Jan.20th & Mar.9th
This workshop will provide an overview of what technological innovation is and what entrepreneurship is, as well an overview of the Entrepreneurial Mindset, the Lean Launchpad methodology, the Business Model Canvas and the Lean Canvas.
The Animal & Environmental Law Mini-Conference for students will take place online at the McGill Faculty of Law, on the 22-23 January 2021. All university students from any discipline can submit a proposal.
Remote Workshop #1 – Design Thinking Methodology
Available Jan.27th & Mar.16th
The learning objective of this workshop is to understand the fundamentals of the Design Thinking Methodology and how it promotes innovation.
Interested in a career in international business and/or trade? Join us to discover what you can do with your McGill Law degree!
The McGill International Business and Trade Law Society student club (MIBTLS) is organizing a Workshop on Job Opportunities in International Business and Trade Law, with
Co-founder and Chairman, Moderna
Founder and CEO, Flagship Pioneering
The IHSP Disability Working Group Presents:Disability, Justice and Care Symposium
Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry Assistant Professor Faculty of Law & IHSP, McGill University “Disability and the Social Contract Tradition"
Eva Feder Kittay Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Emerita Stony Brook University/SUNY “Getting to Justice from an Ethic of Care”
Hosted by the Disability Working Group of the McGill Institute for Health and Social Policy, the Symposium's panel will consider how traditional understandings of justice have not sufficiently accommodated care needs for all citizens. They will examine three main themes:
For this academic year's Patricia Allen Memorial Lecture, we welcome human rights lawyer Indira Jaising, who will be presented by doctoral candidates Azar Mahmoudi and Amy Preston-Samson.
To connect to the talk: mcgill.zoom.us/j/87068858500
Professor Mugambi Jouet will converse with Mr. David Milgaard, who was wrongfully convicted for the rape and murder of nursing assistant Gail Miller in 1970. Through the efforts of his mother Joyce Milgaard (1931-2020) and Innocence Canada, he was exonerated and compensated after spending 23 years in prison.
La Faculté de droit de l’Université McGill organise la 43e édition du Concours Pierre-Basile-Mignault, laquelle se déroulera à distance, pandémie oblige. Les plaidoiries seront donc présentées en ligne. Nous avons hâte d'accueillir virtuellement les juristes en herbe de l'Université Laval, de l'Université Sherbrooke, de l'Université de Montréal, de l'Université du Québec à Montréal, ainsi que de l'Université d'Ottawa, section de droit civil!
The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism welcomes Dr. Suraj Yengde to discuss the effects of the caste system in India, notably the impact on the Dalit people, who are considered untouchable according to Brahmin doctrine. Professor Vrinda Narain will moderate the presentation.
How should you plan your degree to graduate in 3, 3.5 or 4 years?
The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism and the Institute for Health and Social Policy welcome Professor Christopher Kaposy for a presentation on prenatal screening and discrimination. His talk will be moderated by Professor Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry.