|Behrouz Amouzgar, Atoosa Mahdavian, and Babak Nahiddi at last week’s gathering of Persian lawyers and students. Photo: Robert Todd|
|Law dean Kim Brooks says they were expecting only a three-per-cent hike.|
Monday, 09 May 2011 11:34 Written by Elan Ma
|Carrie Moffatt has just completed her first year of law school at the University of Victoria.|
|Front row (l to r): Jonathan O'Hara, Marc McLaren-Caux. Back row: Etai Hilzenrat, Aida Setrakian (former U of O Vis participant), Eric Bergsten (Vis Moot founder), Professor Anthony Daimsis, John Siwiec, Diane Laranja, and Sherif Foda.|
Monday, 02 May 2011 09:57 Written by Olivia D’Orazio
Last week, benchers of the Law Society of Upper Canada voted to participate in the National Standards Project, which aims to synchronize the licensing processes among all law societies nationwide.
Monday, 25 April 2011 09:19 Written by Patricia Hughes
The Law Commission of Ontario has recently begun an initiative that is rather different from its usual projects. It is being funded by the Ontario Women’s Directorate to develop law school curriculum modules around violence (particularly domestic violence) against women. “Women” are identified as the focus of the initiative because they are still the vast majority of victims of domestic violence.
|(Left to right) Suzie Chiodo, Eugene Polevoy, Elba Bendo, Rajeeve Thakur, Lisa Di Valentino, and Justin Anisman from the Western Journal of Legal Studies.|