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McGill Law Library May 24
Faculty & students - Important: Check your Library account - no due date reminders or overdue notices for materials on loan during catalogue migration via
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OpenCanada May 23
It is with good reason that international law requires the prohibition of hate speech, writes Payam Akhavan. The discourse of demonization and dehumanization is not free speech; it is incitement to extremist violence.
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McGill Law May 24
"As a young racialized lawyer, I always wanted to find a way to give back to my community." Rosel Kim (, BCL/LLB '15) spoke with about the pilot Korean Legal Clinic initiative in Toronto
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McGill Law May 23
Three cheers and a hurray! for Brian Bird (holding flowers), who today successfully defended his thesis, “The Forgotten Fundamental: Freedom of Conscience in Canada”, which was written under the supervision of Prof. Robert Leckey.
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Ethics (Journal) Apr 16
Daniel Weinstock reviews “Exemptions: Necessary, Justified, or Misguided?” by Kent Greenawalt.
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McGill Law Library May 23
Did the award-winning episode of on get you thinking about and ? Then be sure to check out "Mort, corporalités et technologies" () at next week!
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Robert Leckey May 23
Great to chat, bright and early, with and Brittany Williams about their experiences at McGill Law.
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Legal Affairs Canada May 22
Will new supreme court Canada justice [from Quebec replacing Clement Gascon] be in place before election [Oct] A look at what successor will focus on and when they will take their place. Interview with on
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McGill Law May 23
Our webcast with is live! Joignez-vous à nous pour une discussion sur la vision et les priorités de la Faculté de droit. Click here to watch:
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McGill Law May 22
Nous sommes ravis d'annoncer que la professeure auxiliaire Louise Otis recevra un doctorat en droit honoris causa de
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Robert Leckey May 22
J’en ai hâte! Au plaisir.
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McGill Law May 22
Finding empathy in the age of rage | Prof. Payam Akhavan reflects on how today’s brand of hateful populism differs from that of the past, and what is required to change course
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McGill Law May 22
Alumni, we hope you can tune into our live webcast with tomorrow morning! Sur le menu: une discussion franche sur la vision et les priorités de la Faculté de droit. Link to the broadcast:
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McGill Law May 21
Le côté secret de l’opération canadienne contre les migrants | Nouvelle entrevue avec Prof. François Crépeau
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McGill Law Library May 21
We're excited to be headed to in just a few days!! faculty and students - do you have any for us to share with our ? DM us or comment and we'll be sure to pass the feedback along!
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Ling Chen 陈凌 May 17
Just sent out our last (and Thank You) email to the participants of . Very lucky to have worked with my talented, generous and enthusiastic DCL colleagues in the past six months to make organizing the grad conference one of my most memorable experience!
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CBCSundayEdition May 20
Prof Richard Janda on how far we have come from the days of Justice Gerald Le Dain’s struggle with depression and what happened this week with Justice Clément Gascon.
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McGill Law May 21
Félicitations à André Moreau (BCL/LLB ’19), who received a Gretta Chambers Student Leadership Award from the Association!
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McGill Law May 17
New podcast from the : Adam Casey and Andrea Salguero discuss Smart Cities in their newest release here:
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McGill Law May 17
The freedom to negotiate new trade agreements won’t serve the UK as well as Brexiteers suppose, writes Professor Armand de Mestral in "The Fallacy of Independent Trade in the United Kingdom"
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