Events round-up

2015-march-event-roundup-150x150-3526 Parmi les événements à signaler ce mois-ci: le professeur invité Giorgio Resta a prononcé la Conférence Wainwright; le Concours Mignault s’est déroulé à McGill; on a dansé dans le Tribunal-école; et la professeure Joanne St. Lewis a donné un atelier sur pourquoi les Canadiens noirs devraient être interpellés par la tragédie de Ferguson.

Moots 2015

Round of the 2015 Moots February and March bring a few last snow flurries, along with many mooting contests. This year again, about 40 students have participated or will participate in various moots, whose themes range from criminal law and international law to securities and social justice.

Student showcase

alyssa-clutterbuck-150x150-7385 Law students extend their education beyond Chancellor Day Hall with a journal publication, a Reading Week tour of Asia, and a complaint to the human rights commission for discrimination based on civil status. Read more.

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In the News

newspaperreader-150x150 This month, Prof. René Provost comments on the murder of Alberto Nisman, while DCL candidates Dia Dabby and Jodi Lazare respectively comment on religious diversity in Quebec and on the Supreme Court decision on assisted suicide. Prof. Frédéric Mégret was also interviewed on the DSK affair.

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Alumni profile: Northern Practice

Northern Practice: Law at -30c

Photo recap: Women’s Leadership lunch with Martine Turcotte

2015-march-Martine-Turcotte-150x150 Current Vice Chair of Bell Quebec Martine Turcotte, BCL’82/LLB’82, spoke at a special event at the Omni Mont-Royal about her career and current portfolio as part of a series featuring McGill alumni.

The power of a BCL/LLB Law degree

2015-march-alumni-video-150x150 In this new video from the Faculty, six influential and accomplished McGill Law alumni discuss how their law degrees have shaped their careers.

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