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We opened our doors in 1883 - the first university-based common law school in the nation and a model for law schools that came after.
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Anne McLellan Jan 18
This is an excellent opportunity for research-based graduate students!
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ECELAW Jan 17
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Health Law at Dal Jan 18
TODAY @ NOON! "Cannabis Legislation: Past, Present and Future?" w/ Robert Strang, Chief Public Health Officer, Nova Scotia. 12-1:30PM, Rm 104 (Light lunch set out by noon in 312) Full details and schedule: .
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Dalhousie University Jan 17
Did you know that 's Angus L. Macdonald Bridge (the "old bridge") is named after a alum/ faculty member? (📷: dave.culligan on )
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SchulichSchoolofLaw Jan 17
On January 16, was the venue for the launch of the new Access to Justice and Law Reform Institute of Nova Scotia - an organization that aims to '€˜put the public first'™ Read more:
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CSSD Dalhousie Jan 17
For more on the Glyn Berry Lecture and this year's speaker Paul Evans please see below.
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SchulichSchoolofLaw Jan 17
Replying to @DalTigers @DalhousieU
Way to go Calvin! Congrats!
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Dal Tigers Jan 17
Congrats to Calvin DeWolfe, an Academic All-Canadian in the Schulich School of Law
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Nova Scotia Justice Jan 16
Minister Furey’s annual reception for students, graduates and friends of the ⁦⁩ Indigenous Black and Mi’kmaq Program is so well attended we had to move it from ⁦⁩ to ensure we didn’t run afoul of the fire code. Thanks Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
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Natasha Procenko Jan 16
Had the best time seeing with - our highest attendance event yet! "The Court should never be influenced by the weather of the day but inevitably they will be influenced by the climate of the era."
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NSBarristers'Society Jan 17
We established in 2015 to bring the public's voices to the center of justice system reform. has grown will now be located at the new Access to Justice & Law Reform Institute of Nova Scotia. Learn more at
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SchulichSchoolofLaw Jan 17
We were honoured to host the launch for this groundbreaking initiative in Nova Scotia. Many past and present members of our community took part in, and will continue to be involved in, discussions on how to best "put the public first."
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Nova Scotia Justice Jan 16
Proud to support the transformation of the Law Reform Commission into the Access to Justice and Law Reform Institute of Nova Scotia.
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Darrel Pink Jan 16
Mr Law Reform, Prof. Bill Charles helps launch the new Access to Justice And Law Reform Institute of Nova Scotia. Justice Cromwell and CJ MacDonald shared the celebration. A significant event. Stay tuned for more details
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Nova Scotia Courts Jan 16
At the launch of the new & Law Reform Institute of NS at !
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Nova Scotia Courts Jan 16
Right after his last Court of Appeal hearing, Chief Justice Michael MacDonald took part in a tradition that dates back to when Chief Justice Lorne Clarke retired in 1998 - the breaking of the pencil, signifying the end of writing judicial decisions
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Nova Scotia Courts Jan 16
It's a bittersweet day for The Hon. Michael MacDonald, Chief Justice of NS, who presided over his last Court of Appeal hearing this morning. He is retiring at the end of the month after almost 24 years on the Bench
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SchulichSchoolofLaw Jan 16
Today marks the launch - a blog focused on international economic law matters as they relate to Africa. Professor is one of the blog's editors. Visit the blog:
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Matthew Herder Jan 15
2 can't miss events this Friday! First, talks about cannabis' past, present + future. Then he + Lisa Mitchell of the East Coast Environmental Law talk about how to make + shape public policy | CC
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SchulichSchoolofLaw Jan 16
Essential listening from alum . Look forward to hearing the topics she and tackle in their podcast.
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