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TRACE Scholar Program accepting applications for 2017
A new scholarship will fund up to $60,000 for an LLM student developing a thesis on a topic in the area of anti-corruption. Read More...
Nominate Anti-Corruption Leaders for the 2017 Allard Prize
The Allard School of Law is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Allard Prize for International Integrity. Nominations close January 15, 2017. Read More...
Applications Open for New Doctoral Fellowship
Interested in Border Law and Policy? A new SSHRC-funded fellowship is available for doctoral students, starting September 2017. Read More...
In Memoriam: Ian Townsend-Gault
The Centre for Asian Legal Studies at the Allard School of Law at UBC invites you to a ceremony of remembrance for our dear friend and colleague, Professor Ian Townsend-Gault. Read More...
2016 Faculty Scholar Award
Professor Doug Harris is the 2016 recipient of the Jim M. MacIntyre, Q.C. Faculty Scholar Award for outstanding contributions to the Peter A. Allard School of Law. Read More...
Allard School of Law to Welcome Professor Carol M. Rose as the Douglas McK. Brown Chair in Law
Rose is a professor emeritus and lecturer at the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona and the Yale Law School. Read More...
Robert P. Pirooz, Q.C. donates $100,000 and names Bobinski Business Law Clinic
Today the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia received a funding commitment from alumnus Robert Pirooz. Read More...
ALSS President's Speech to Incoming First Years
Joshua Abaki is this year's President of the Allard Law Student's Society. On August 31, during the Dean's Reception at Orientation week, Joshua addressed the Class of 2019 with an inspiring speech. Read More...
Allard Law Student Wins Largest Case in LSLAP History
Alexander Wind was in his first year at the Allard School of Law when a case came in that would not only confirm his decision to pursue a legal career, but test his skills against a seasoned lawyer. Read More...
Centre for Feminist Legal Studies: Student Profile
Intersectional feminism is a key phrase for Heather Burley, but it’s one that might not be familiar to all. Read More...

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