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Western University law school will launch business law scholarships next year that may amount to $20,000 per student, says dean Scott.
Western University law school will launch business law scholarships next year that may amount to $20,000 per student, says dean Scott.
Western University’s law school will receive up to $2.5 million from private equity fund Catalyst Capital Group to develop education programs aimed at educating lawyers who work in insolvency and corporate restructuring.
“I was delighted when the faculty extended a formal invitation for me to join as jurist-in-residence,” says former Justice Robertson.
“I was delighted when the faculty extended a formal invitation for me to join as jurist-in-residence,” says former Justice Robertson.
Former Justice Joseph Robertson is returning to his roots as the newest jurist-in-residence at the University of New Brunswick, Faculty of Law.
Osgoode Hall Law School dean Lorne Sossin says business fundamentals are essential in many areas of law.
Osgoode Hall Law School dean Lorne Sossin says business fundamentals are essential in many areas of law.
Osgoode Hall Law School is looking to help its students bridge the gap between academics and professional life with a series of courses, starting off with business fundamentals.
Monday, 26 October 2015 11:10

The final months: Goals for 3L

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The final months: Goals for 3LLast week, my fellow students at the University of New Brunswick began sitting for, receiving, and uploading their graduation photo proofs on Facebook.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP vice chairman Norman Steinberg says the firm wanted to “show leadership from the point of view of diversity.”
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP vice chairman Norman Steinberg says the firm wanted to “show leadership from the point of view of diversity.”
The Bora Laskin Faculty of Law at Lakehead University has received a $125,000 gift from Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP that will go toward establishing a financial award for a law student from a “historically disadvantaged background” based on financial need and academic achievement.
Monday, 19 October 2015 14:50

Legal education and the tyranny of provincialism

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Legal education and the tyranny of provincialism“Earth is a smaller place.” “We live in a global village.” “It’s an increasingly interconnected world.” “Distance no longer matters.”
‘Work hard, but have some fun and try to make a difference,’ says new Schulich law dean Camille Cameron.
‘Work hard, but have some fun and try to make a difference,’ says new Schulich law dean Camille Cameron.
It has been a little more than a month since Camille Cameron joined the Schulich School of Law as dean, and she’s still in the adjustment phase.
With privilege comes the responsibility of reconcilliationAs incoming 1Ls to the Peter A. Allard School of Law, my fellow classmates and I were well aware that with our entry into law school we would be embarking on a daunting endeavour of slogging through casebook after casebook with the hope of one day joining the company of a privileged few.
Well, this is different: My first 30 days on student exchange“Well, this is different,” I think to myself, straddling my bike waiting for the bicycle lane traffic signal to cross over one of Amsterdam’s many canals on my way to class.
Monday, 28 September 2015 09:00

Getting a ‘leg up’ with summer employment

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Aboriginal student Monika Wilson says her summer experience helped her plan what courses she really needed to take.
Aboriginal student Monika Wilson says her summer experience helped her plan what courses she really needed to take.
While school has just begun, it’s time to plan for the year ahead including a summer position for next year. Sometimes, you need a little help getting that coveted job.
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