Belles rencontres

2016-nyc-coffeehouse-0956 Albums photo: La fin de 2016 a été l’occasion de revoir certains de nos diplômés : nous vous avons retrouvés lors d’une soirée Coffeehouse à New York en novembre et d’une réception du temps des fêtes à la Faculté en décembre.

Read More Posts From This Section »

Faculty in the news

McGill Law News Round-up - January 2017 Dans cette édition, des lettres d’opinion signées par Angela Campbell, Robert Leckey et Payam Akhavan, des vidéos et un balado avec François Crépeau, Richard Gold et Fabien Gélinas, et un florilège de nouvelles récentes sur notre corps professoral.

Alumni voices

2017-january-anthony-morgan-150x150In this roundup, Annamaria Enenajor, Anthony Morgan, and Malcolm Lavoie – three alums from the class of 2012 – weigh in on current affairs, and Dr. Ruwantissa Abeyratne, DCL’96, signs an opd on aviation and sustainable development.

Student voices

Student voices this month This January, Gabriella Utreras Sandoval blogs about her exchange in Ecuador to study environmental law, while Brian Bird and Ghaith Hannibal El-Mohtar write about current affairs. And the CIPP shares some great student papers about intellectual property.

Read More Posts From This Section »

Teaching McGill law students about Indigenous legal traditions

January 2017 Cover: Teaching Indigenous Legal Traditions After their holiday break, our first-year students kicked off the winter term by participating in an intensive course on Indigenous legal traditions.

Some news about our students

Law Needs Feminism Because is holding a Mingle & Jingle Coffeehouse Simone Cavanaugh est nommée membre du Conseil jeunesse du premier ministre. Law Needs Feminism Because invites jurists to participate in its media campaign, and three of our students are selected to represent their ridings in the Daughters of the Vote forum .. Find out more!

DALA: Rethinking the Power of a Law Degree

DALA.
The DALA student group has been exploring legal alternative career paths by meeting law grads and by connecting with different communities.

Read More Posts From This Section »