Allard School of Law News

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Roper Greyell LLP Donates $100,000 in Support of Students
“If we want to build for a better tomorrow, it’s important to invest in our students and provide the support they need,” said Michael Wagner, Partner, Roper Greyell LLP. Read More...
China’s Impact on Regulation and the Culture of Business
The Centre for Business Law recently convened a panel of leading practitioners and scholars to discuss how China is changing the trajectory of local and international business standards. Read More...
Inspiring High school Students
Third-year law student and president of the Legal Education Outreach program , Eliza Brown, discusses the impact the program has had on the community. Read More...
Dean Catherine Dauvergne Receives QC Designation
The QC designation is the most prestigious form of recognition for members of the legal profession. Read More...
Indigenous Community Legal Clinic 25th Anniversary
On November 14, students, alum and supporters of the ICLC came together to celebrate this milestone anniversary. Read More...
Broadening Experiential Learning and Access to Justice at Allard Law
In response to growing demand, the law school has over the past five years very significantly increased its experiential programming. Read More...
Peter Burns Mock Trial Competition
The Allard School of Law recently hosted it’s annual Peter Burns Mock Trial Competition, where students pair up to act as counsel in a mock trial. Read More...
Jim Taylor, QC Faculty Scholar Award
This year's recipient of the award is Professor Ljiljana Biuković. Read More...
Meet Dr. Julen Etxabe, Canada Research Chair in Jurisprudence and Human Rights
How we understand legal judgement, and what constitutes a good judgement are just some of the questions Dr. Etxabe is looking at. Read More...
The BC Geoduck Industry and International Taxation
What does this BC grown, Chinese delicacy have to do with International Taxation? Professor Wei Cui and alum Jamie Cook discuss. Read More...

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