A friendly welcome

FirstYears150x150 Dean of Law Daniel Jutras addressed first year students in the Maxwell Cohen Moot Court on August 30.

Homecoming

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As Homecoming 2010 draws near, inFocus Online presents memories from recent alumni reunion events

2010 AUCC Awards

McMillan-Maughan-150x150 Kelly McMillan and Christopher Maughan, who received internship prizes from the AUCC, are spending the summer abroad working in international development. They are also blogging about their experiences directly from Uganda and the Philippines.

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Flying into the Future: Aviation in 2050

AviationTurbofans Turbofans power this aircraft and may someday be ubiquitous, as explained by BCL/LLB ’07 alum Andrés Drew, who presents a vision of aviation in 2050

Coupe du monde – Les inégalités derrière l’émergence

ludo150x150 Ludovic Langlois-Thérien, qui fait présentement un stage au Cameroun, écrit: “si l’avènement de la Coupe du monde en Afrique témoigne d’une certaine émergence économique, il témoigne aussi des aspects inégalitaires de cette émergence, car ce sont les populations les plus démunies qui se retrouvent à payer une grande partie du prix du développement.”

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Fall 2010 Cover New classrooms, new professors and a continued imperative for excellence: students aren’t the only ones eyeing the school year with big plans in mind. The Faculty of Law unveils fresh developments for legal education and research.

Supreme Court Advocacy Institute

CourtSeal-150 The Supreme Court Advocacy Institute provides free, non-partisan advocacy advice to lawyers appearing in an appeal before the Supreme Court of Canada. Co-executive director Grégoire Webber gives a behind-the-scenes look.

Summer Program forges new links in China

Shantou150x150 A two-week program takes 10 Law students to China’s southern coast to learn about different legal cultures in a global context

Aboriginal Field Course: Journals

Record of plants seen around the camp site A field course exploring Iroquoian teachings and ways of life brings Law students to the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory for a five-day camp. Their thoughts, as recorded in their journals and excerpted here, reveal hope, new knowledge and a desire to question old assumptions.

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