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alum Madame Justice Bertha Wilson (1923-2007) was the first woman appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada, and a champion for the under-represented. Learn more about what makes her a :
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Interested in attending a law school on the east coast? Come see me at the University of Western Ontario’s Grad Fair running today from 10:00-2:00.
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PSA: Students from Dal Black Law Students' Association are serving up jerk chicken, curry goat and Jamaican patties in the Weldon Lobby today from 11 - 3. Come on out and support , and have a delicious lunch!
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A big part of the success of the Court is the involvement of . Kelly Rowlett represents most clients in the Dartmouth program but private counsel make appearances too. For info on visit
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As captain of the national team, alum is one of the driving forces behind blind hockey in Canada. Read more :
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Dalhousie News Oct 16
announces former President Peter MacKinnon as incoming interim President and Vice‑Chancellor, effective Jan. 15, 2019.
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Tamar Meshel Oct 17
Excited to return to for the
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Meinhard Doelle 23h
Here is my take on the recent IPCC Report. Bottom line, we stand to benefit in many ways from accelerating the decarbonization of our society and diversifying of our economy toward climate solutions. . The alternative is bleak.
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A good reference for understanding the legalization of . To learn more about the approach taken in , go to
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SchulichSchoolofLaw Oct 17
It's in Canada. Some things you need to know via
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SchulichSchoolofLaw Oct 17
Think you don't need a will? At tonight's Mini Law School - Professor Faye Woodman will tell you all the reasons you do! Learn more:
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Dalhousie Law Students’ Society Oct 17
The is hosting the first-ever tree sale in Weldon! Come grab a red spruce by donation in the lobby! All funds support the Environmental Law Students’ Society initiatives for the year.
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Olabisi D. Akinkugbe Oct 17
Yes! Business law types, its happening . Looking forward to presenting & receiving comments on my new paper on the Continental Free Trade Agreement , meeting other scholars, and learning from many of the interesting papers lined up already!
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Sara Seck Oct 16
Sincere thanks to Karin Buhmann for sharing her business sustainability and human rights research with us today
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SchulichSchoolofLaw Oct 16
Our first Mini Law School free public lecture of the semester is tomorrow night! Professor Emerita Faye Woodman will discuss what you need to know about wills. From 7–8:30 p.m. in Room 104 at .
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Dalhousie Law Students’ Society Oct 16
The LSS Board of Directors invites you to join our 1st Board meeting, this Thurs, Oct 18 in Room 309 at 7pm! Contact your Executive team about specific initiatives () or contact our Chair Jeremy Ryant (chair@dallss.com) for Qs on the agenda/Board meetings.
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SchulichSchoolofLaw Oct 16
KUDOS! To the students who took part in the 2018 Smith Shield Moot on Oct. 3 at . Winners: Erin McSorley & Tina Northrup. Runners-up: Emma Doucette, Jeremy Ryant. Read our story: . From left: Jeremy, Tina, Erin, and Emma (Photo: Danny Abriel).
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Nova Scotia Courts Oct 16
The NS Court of Appeal has updated its list of Supreme Court of Canada cases you can refer to without including them in your Book of Authorities:
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Allard School of Law Oct 16
On Oct. 19 and the UBC Criminal Law Club present "Putting Trials on Trial: Sexual Assault and the Failures of the Legal Profession" with Assoc. Prof. Elaine Craig from
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Dalhousie Law Hour Oct 16
Happening this Thursday :
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