McGill-Shantou Program: Chinadese Scallops & Fostering Transpacific Collaboration

This year’s McGill-Shantou Summer Program welcomed 14 law students from China and 11 from McGill to study Sustainable Development and Environmental Law together in a two-week intensive program, with a goal to foster interest in transnational law and governance.

Alumni echoes

A successful Young Alums coffeehouse; Faculty Awards for our alumni and friends; and a round-up of op-eds, news, and prizes relating to McGill Law alumni!

News from the Faculty

Articles, lettres d’opinion, prix reçus, nominations à la Cour, visiteurs distingués et embauches : un florilège de nouvelles touchant les membres de notre corps professoral.

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Nouvelles étudiantes

Our students on protecting transgender people and pronouns both, how the Charter contains seeds for new growth, and why the African Union needs a business and human rights policy. And McGill’s Runnymede Society awards three new prizes. Read the article.

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Helena Lamed receives Durnford Teaching Excellence Award

Helena Lamed

La collation des grades 2017 en photos

Stephen Toope giving the convocation address L’Université McGill a remis un doctorat honoris causa à Stephen Toope, BCL’83, LLB’83, lors de la collation des grades du printemps qui a eu lieu le 1er juin. Nous partageons des photos de l’événement et de la soirée cocktail qui a suivi.

DALA interviews Tanya De Mello

Tanya de Mello The Droit Autrement / Legal Alternative (DALA) student group is rethinking the potential of a law degree. We showcase one of their “Lawfully Uncommon” interviews with Tanya de Mello, BCL/LLB’11, Director of Human Rights Services at Ryerson University. Keep reading

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