Human rights and responsibilities

2014-december-50yearsmarriage-150x150-1747 Stephen Lewis and Jennifer Stoddart, BCL’80, spoke at two events organized by the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism.

Toronto and New York coffeehouse

Focus online shares photo albums from the Toronto Coffeehouse, which took place on November 5 in the offices of Torys, and the New York City Coffeehouse on December 9 at the offices of Norton Rose Fulbright. We were delighted to reconnect with so many of you!

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In the news

newspaperreader-150x150 Professors and students commenting on current events and legislation, from women and sex work to the status of migrants.

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Holiday pluralism


Welcome to the season of decorative lights and winter carols. Embrace it – this is what holiday pluralism looks like. What does it mean? And why does it matter? Professor Víctor Muñiz-Fraticelli explains.

Je vois Montréal – en grand!

2014 Je vois Montreal Law student participants 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.

Alumni profile: Brian Gallant, Canada’s youngest premier

Brian Gallant Liberal-Election-150x150 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.

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