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World’s leading experts gather at UBC to discuss refugee reform
The comprehensive workshop, led by Dean Dauvergne and Professor James C. Hathaway from the University of Michigan, culminated in a Call to Action to all governments and policy makers in regards to this global crisis. Read More...
Meet Professor Debra Parkes
The Allard School of Law is pleased to welcome Debra Parkes to the Faculty. Debra will be joining us on July 1 as the Chair in Feminist Legal Studies and Director of the Centre for Feminist Legal Studies. Read More...
New Report Recommends Integrating Trade Policy and Human Rights in Asia Pacific
Professor Pitman Potter awith his colleagues from the Institute of Asian Research have released policy recommendations for more effective approaches to integrating trade policy and human rights in Asia. Read More...
Women’s Legal Clinic to Meet Gaping Hole in Public Legal Services
The Peter A. Allard School of Law at UBC and West Coast LEAF are partnering to open a legal clinic that will serve low income women in the Lower Mainland. Read More...
Allard Law students shine at Kawaskimhon Moot
Now in its 22nd year, the Kawaskimhon moot provides law students from across Canada with an opportunity to come together to speak to Aboriginal rights and Indigenous issues. Read More...
Diversity and Equity in the Classroom
Issues around diversity and equality are brought to light in this innovative Allard Law program for first year students. Read More...
UBC Takes Home the Begbie
Allard Law had a successful weekend in Victoria, after winning the annual BC Law Schools Moot. Read More...
Minister of Justice Shares her Plans for the Future
The Hon. Jody Wilson-Raybould returned to her Alma Mater on March 5th to give a public address. Read More...
Western Canada Trial Moot (MacIntyre Cup)
Congratulations to second year students Kevin Murray and Andrew Eyer, who won the Western Canada Trial Moot (MacIntyre Cup) in Calgary earlier this month. Read More...
The Future of Canadian Refugee Policy: Moving the Discussion Beyond the Media Headlines
A video of this lively discussion featuring Dean Catherine Dauvergne is available online. Read More...

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