Their eyes on the shifting landscape of the legal profession, students explore the spectrum of dispute resolution, with input from a host of legal practitioners.
Dans notre nouvelle série vidéo, six de nos étudiants décrivent pourquoi ils ont choisi choisi d’étudier le droit à McGill, que ce soit le sens de l’exploration intellectuelle, le désir d’étudier le droit civil et la common law ensemble – en anglais et en français – ou encore un attrait pour la ville de Montréal.
Current Vice Chair of Bell Quebec Martine Turcotte, BCL’82/LLB’82, spoke at a special event at the Omni Mont-Royal about her career and current portfolio as part of a series featuring McGill alumni.
In this new video from the Faculty, six influential and accomplished McGill Law alumni discuss how their law degrees have shaped their careers.
Exchange students find a home away from home in Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai, greeted by the Faculty of Law’s growing alumni communities there.
McGill professors Daniel Levitin, Lara Khoury and David Lametti give a talk that deals with evidence and decision-making in science and in law.
Le 17 novembre, six étudiants en droit ont passé la journée à la Place des Arts, où ils ont facilité des discussions et agi comme rapporteurs dans le cadre de l’événement je vois Montréal sur l’avenir de la métropole.
Brian Gallant, LLM’11, is the only premier in Canada who might have to worry about getting carded in a bar. The youthful-looking 32-year-old is the new head of the government of New Brunswick and the youngest premier in Canada.
A decade after receiving their BCL/LLB degrees, Stephen Panunto and Carol Gagné talk about where their education has taken them and where they want to take that education.
Reflecting on the DCL experience, professors and doctoral students venture into allusion, metaphor and a bit of stand up comedy as well.