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In Memoriam: Wesley Pue
Professor Wesley Pue recently passed away after a lengthy battle with cancer. A memorial service will be held on April 11th. Read More...
Supporting Indigenous Students
The Indigenous Law Students’ Association hosted its inaugural reception and fundraiser recently to raise funds for student bursaries and to present the Courage in Law Awards. Read More...
Meet Charlotte Baigent
Charlotte is a third year JD student and a recipient of the Wesbrook Scholar and Carl Bradford Robertson Scholarship. Read More...
Global South Visiting Scholar In-Residence Program
Call for application: The Allard School of Law seeks to host a scholar from the Global South. Read More...
Bringing Cultural Awareness to the Classroom
The recently launched Cultural Competency Certificate allows students, staff and faculty to connect with the Indigenous community. Read More...
Refugee Families Get a Boost Thanks to JD Students
Third year JD student Rasmeet Mohar, took on the initiative of creating 100 care packages and distributing them to Kinbrace, a refugee housing and support service. Read More...
Asia through a Legal Lens
With expertise in both Chinese and North American legal systems, Professor Wei Cui is well positioned to understand how research into the Chinese context yields broader insights. Read More...
Message from the Dean: 75th Anniversary
The countdown to our 75th anniversary in 2020 has officially begun! For a preview of our plans, read a message from Dean Catherine Dauvergne. Read More...
Workplace Sexual Harassment: Assessing the Effectiveness of Human Rights Law in Canada
The CBA recently awarded a grant to Professor Hastie to investigate the interpretation and application of sexual harassment laws in human rights tribunals. Read More...
Are we prepared for the "big one?"
In his most recent publication, Professor Shigenori Matsui examines the response of the Japanese government to what is commonly referred to as the Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster. Read More...

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