Human rights and responsibilities

2014-december-50yearsmarriage-150x150-1747 Stephen Lewis and Jennifer Stoddart, BCL’80, spoke at two events organized by the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism.

Toronto and New York coffeehouse

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Focus online shares photo albums from the Toronto Coffeehouse, which took place on November 5 in the offices of Torys, and the New York City Coffeehouse on December 9 at the offices of Norton Rose Fulbright. We were delighted to reconnect with so many of you!

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In the news

newspaperreader-150x150 Professors and students commenting on current events and legislation, from women and sex work to the status of migrants.

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Holiday pluralism

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Welcome to the season of decorative lights and winter carols. Embrace it – this is what holiday pluralism looks like. What does it mean? And why does it matter? Professor Víctor Muñiz-Fraticelli explains.

Je vois Montréal – en grand!

2014 Je vois Montreal Law student participants Le 17 novembre, six étudiants en droit ont passé la journée à la Place des Arts, où ils ont facilité des discussions et agi comme rapporteurs dans le cadre de l’événement je vois Montréal sur l’avenir de la métropole.

Alumni profile: Brian Gallant, Canada’s youngest premier

Brian Gallant Liberal-Election-150x150 Brian Gallant, LLM’11, is the only premier in Canada who might have to worry about getting carded in a bar. The youthful-looking 32-year-old is the new head of the government of New Brunswick and the youngest premier in Canada.

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