Quel rôle le monde universitaire joue-t-il dans les politiques d’équité, de diversité et d’inclusion ?

EDI at McGillAs part of Homecoming, and one day before the inaugural National Day of Truth & Reconciliation, a group of McGill experts gathered for a panel on Indigenous rights in Canada, and on the role academia can play in informing equity, diversity and inclusion practices and policies.

Christie Bike Ride raises more than $8K for First Peoples Justice Centre of Montreal

Detail of the Christie Ride poster, showing three cartoon cyclists. Students, professors, alumni and friends departed from Chancellor Day Hall bright and early on 25 September 2021, to cycle around the city as part of the 13th Annual Dugald Christie Bike Ride and raise money for access to justice.

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Nouvelles de la faculté

A woman reading a newspaper Tour d’horizon des contributions, publications, concours remportés et autres nouvelles des membres de notre corps professoral et de notre corps étudiant cet automne.

Nouvelles de notre communauté diplomée 

A nib pen atop a globe We gathered up the publications, appointments, awards and media mentions for our alumni community.

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Sunny Handa’s holistic approach to law

Sunny Handa

When Sunny Handa, LLM’95, DCL’98, was completing his doctorate at McGill, he was at a crossroads. On the one hand, he had deep interest in teaching; on the other, he also had a desire to practice law. Against expectations, he pursued both paths.

A historic settlement for victims of sexual abuse

Robert Kugler Robert Kugler, BCL’00, LLB’00, represented the victims of sexual abuse at the hands of members of the Frères du Sacré-Coeur religious order. His work led the Quebec Superior Court to approve a $60 million settlement for the victims. He spoke about the significance of this decision with Focus online.

Academia and beyond: IASL graduates launch into public service

Isavella Vasilogeorgi Many alums of Institute of Air and Space Law’s graduate studies program work in the judiciary, in academia, or in private practice. Others are carving out careers in the public service: meet Aram Kerkonian and Isavella Vasilogeorgi.

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