Chaque année, des étudiants en droit de McGill participent à divers concours de plaidoirie et rapportent nombre de prix et d’accolades (et aussi des photos amusantes). Voici les résultats de cette année!
Focus online brings you the sights and sounds of the Third Echenberg Family Global Conference in Human Rights, held March 21-23 at the Centre Mont-Royal, and which dealt with democracy and the fragility of freedom around the world.
The Honorable John H. Gomery (BCL’56) chatted with Focus Online about his rocky start as at student at the Faculty of Law, his memories of Frank R. Scott, and the question of corruption, before giving the Friends of the Library’s annual F.R. Scott Lecture.
From March 21 to 23, 2013, two dozen of the world’s top figures of human rights will assemble at the Centre Mont Royal for the third Echenberg Global Conference on Human Rights, Democracy and the Fragility of Freedom. Participants will hear from former political prisoners from China and Iran, influential bloggers from Tunisia and Uganda, and many other noteworthy speakers.
Combining constitutional, environmental and ethical concerns, Professor Hoi Kong’s boundary-blurring research defies easy categorization. In an in-depth interview done late last year, Focus Online asked him to sketch it out for us.
Save the Date for the Third Echenberg Family Conference: March 21 to 23, 2013, at which over two dozen top figures of human rights from around the world will address Democracy, Human Rights and the Fragility of Freedom.
La semaine dernière, le professeur Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse, directeur du Centre des politiques en propriété intellectuelle à McGill, annonçait fièrement la publication du JurisClasseur Québec – Propriété intellectuelle.
With many exciting initiatives being launched this year, the Faculty of Law at McGill University opens the door to a deeper understanding of disability law, in light of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
International Law Professor Payam Akhavan argues before the International Criminal Court that post-revolutionary Libya is ready and able to try its former leaders.
Planned, organized, and led by the students themselves, but supervised by professors, student-initiated seminars offer a new and engaged way of learning at McGill’s Faculty of Law.