Reviving the End-of-Life Debate

Over 300 jurists flocked to the Faculty on November 27 for the latest CLE session, a fiery debate between Professors Margaret Somerville and Daniel Weinstock on the issue of physician-assisted suicide after Carter v. Canada (A.G.) .

Festive Echoes

Dean Daniel Jutras hosted his annual end-of-year Festive Reception on December 13, inviting members of the McGill Law community to share in some collegial cheer. We bring you a few highlights from that evening.

Le Cercle Yves Caron accueille ses cinq premiers membres

Le 30 novembre, le Centre Crépeau de droit privé et comparé nommait les premiers lauréats du Cercle Yves Caron dans le cadre d’une cérémonie tenue durant le 10e Colloque des professeur(e)s de sûretés réelles.

Appel à tous – devenez mentor et faites toute la différence dans la vie d’un étudiant

La Faculté s’apprête à lancer un ambitieux Programme de mentorat par les diplômés: Une façon originale et enrichissante de partager vos connaissances, votre cheminement et votre expertise avec la relève!

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Our Top Ten Stories for 2012

The Year in Review: Our Readers' Top 10 Stories for 2012

Doors Wide Open

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.

Libyan Tug of War

International Law Professor Payam Akhavan argues before the International Criminal Court that post-revolutionary Libya is ready and able to try its former leaders.

Term of Engagement

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.

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