On the evening of Thursday, December 5, 2013, dozens of people from the Faculty of Law community, along with family, friends and staff from other McGill faculties, gathered to bid adieu to Marie-Hélène Di Lauro, the Faculty’s long-time Human Resources Advisor and Faculty Administrator.
Stopping by the Faculty on his way to the General Assembly in New York, The UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights to Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and Association, Maina Kiai, delivered a warm, frank, and illuminating Alan Aylesworth Macnaughton Lecture on October 23.
A fiery Taylor-Turp debate over “Secularism, Religion, and Societal Values,” held in the Moot Court on October 3, kicked off McGill’s very topical, three-day Symposium on Pluralism, Religion & Public Policy.Read More Posts From This Section »
In world media this month, Dean Daniel Jutras argued Senate reform before the Supreme Court of Canada, while Ram Jakhu appeared in the Wall Street Journal Live, Allison Christians (pictured) spoke on CBC Radio’s “The Current,” Payam Akhavan was quoted in The Times of India, and UN Special Rapporteur François Crépeau was featured in The Guardian. Read all about it!
Professor H. Patrick Glenn published a hefty, provocative new book in July, entitled The Cosmopolitan State (Oxford University Press, 2013). Here’s a sneak preview.
Devrions-nous d’adopter un modèle « sans papier » et écologique dans un proche avenir. Prononcez-vous en complétant notre sondage.Read More Posts From This Section »