McGill Law Journal Symposium : Indigenous Law and Legal Pluralism


The McGill Law Journal is holding its Annual Symposium on February 19, which will feature the authors of the Journal’s forthcoming special issue on “Indigenous Law and Legal Pluralism.”

Le Centre Crépeau fête son 40e

40e-anniversaire-crepeau-150x150 Le 12 février, le Centre Paul-André Crépeau de droit privé et comparé tenait un colloque pour marquer son 40e anniversaire. Le colloque a réuni six conférenciers qui ont discuté de la thématique « La responsabilité de la doctrine. »

UN Peace Mediation

2016-peace-mediation-150x150 On February 15, the McGill Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism and the Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law welcomed three mediation experts who were members of the Standby Team to discuss the role and function of peace mediation.

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Student spotlight

dobrosielski-200x200 An Instagram take on student life at the Faculty of Law; a scholarship for Canadian Armed Forces veteran and law student Jan Dobrosielski; and an excerpt from a student penned op-ed on the state of journalism.

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Jimena Blumenkron: High Flyer

2016-Feb-Jimena-Blumenkron-420x420-2014-2859 IASL grad Jimena Blumenkron, a policy expert who specializes in aviation law and governance, is forging the way for women in her field.

Allison Christians on Global Tax 50 list for 2015

ChristiansAllison Stikeman Chair Allison Christians has been named to the International Tax Review’s 2015 Global Tax 50 list. The Global Tax 50 list represent the choices of the International Tax Review‘s editorial team for those who have had the biggest impact on taxation around the world during the past year.

TPP symposium examines IP rights and foreign investments

TPP symposium-150x150-2016-7259The McGill Centre for Intellectual Property Law and the Centre for International Governance Innovation held a half-day symposium on January 29 devoted to the analysis of the TPP chapters on IP rights and foreign investment protection. Held on January 29, the well-attended event attracted scholars and students, as well as officials and policy makers, and generated many conversations.

Rayonnement de la recherche

ram-jakhu-150x150 In this month’s faculty news, Ram Jakhu is to direct the IASL for a year, Robert Leckey signs an OpEd in La Presse+ about surrogacy, a talk by Frédéric Mégret at UNSW on podcast, and Daniel Weinstock on the future of Montreal on Canal Savoir’s McGill en parle.

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