L’égalité devant la loi

Le 29 octobre dernier, la Revue de droit de McGill recevait Sylvain Lussier, l’ancien procureur en chef de la Commission Charbonneau, pour sa conférence annuelle.

Call to Cap, Bar and Bench

The Faculty’s first O’Brien Fellow in Residence, Professor Esmeralda Thornhill, speaks on ‘Race Literacy’ for the legal profession.

Appel à tous – devenez mentor et faites toute la différence dans la vie d’un étudiant

La Faculté s’apprête à lancer un ambitieux Programme de mentorat par les diplômés: Une façon originale et enrichissante de partager vos connaissances, votre cheminement et votre expertise avec la relève!

Faculty News Roundup

November is always a brisk and busy time at the Faculty of Law. This month, we squeezed in dozens of legal workshops, lectures, colloquia, debates and other events before the last day of classes on December 4. Here are but a few.

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Op-Ed: Seeking an ethical political culture in Quebec

Professor Margaret Somerville writes an op-ed in The Ottawa Citizen about “the culture of corruption” being revealed at the Charbonneau Commission.

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Retrouvailles 2012

Album Photo Voyez l’album photo des Retrouvailles et des Conventums de 2012.

Bedford v. Canada – The Faculty discusses “Sex Work, Rights, and the Criminal Law”

In light of Bedford v. Canada, the McGill Research Group on Health and Law’s annual panel discussed “Sex Work, Rights, and the Criminal Law,” at a standing-room-only event attended by over 100 students, lawyers, academics, sex workers and social service providers.

Life’s Work – Professor Adelle Blackett’s Labour Law Research

William Dawson Scholar and Director of the Labour Law and Development Research Laboratory, Professor Adelle Blackett has actively worked on improving labour conditions of migrant domestic workers for 22 years.

Runners from the Law

In honour of the inaugural Osler Homecoming Run, held at the Faculty on October 13, Focus online investigates a hidden side of the McGill Law community: running (but not from justice).

The Charter for Children

Dustin Milligan (BCL/LLB’10) has been writing a charming children’s book series on the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which draws inspiration from Supreme Court of Canada decisions and is geared to help teaching grades three to five.

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