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Monday, 15 September 2008 08:35

Spicing up your schedule

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When it comes to course selection, it’s always wise to challenge yourself by delving into tough topics that will be helpful as you progress through your career. Consider legal theory, advanced constitutional law, taxation, and the like. They might be dry, but it will be worth it in the end. That doesn’t mean you can’t have a bit of fun at the same time.
Monday, 08 September 2008 08:22

U of T unveils new Charter clinic

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Law students at the University of Toronto will have the unique opportunity to be involved with a new legal clinic focused on significant constitutional law issues.
Monday, 18 August 2008 09:26

Court clarifies role of articling students

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An Ontario judge’s refusal to allow an articling student to represent an accused at trial has prompted the Superior Court to take the apparently unprecedented step of clarifying just what a student-at-law can do.
Law students in British Columbia have a new job-hunting resource. The Law Society of B.C., along with the B.C. branch of the Canadian Bar Association, has launched a new web-based articling registry.
Tuesday, 13 May 2008 07:40

UBC builds a bridge to Hong Kong

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The bright lights of Hong Kong are over 10,000 kilometres from the western tip of mainland Vancouver, but to a new class of law students at the University of British Columbia that famous Asian skyline will soon be closer than ever.
Monday, 10 December 2007 09:07

University of Alberta gets $250,000 gift

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Law students at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Law will soon be using some of the latest technology in their legal studies, thanks to a donation from Bennett Jones LLP.


Denise Ann Williams plans to become a judge and by winning the inaugural Harry Jerome Scholarship, she’s well on her way.


Monday, 24 September 2007 09:12

Marketing firm holds career seminar at UBC

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A Vancouver-based marketing and management-services firm will be asking UBC’s Faculty of Law, “Does the firm choose you or do you choose the firm?” in an Oct. 10 seminar.

Assistant Privacy Commissioner Heather Black has recommended that the Law School Admission Council stop collecting thumbprints from LSAT test takers in Canada following a complaint under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act filed by a University of Victoria professor.
 

Monday, 28 May 2007 12:32

Osgoode launches building campaign

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Osgoode Hall Law School alumni, donors, and friends gathered at the Design Exchange late last week for the launch of the Building Osgoode Campaign — the largest fundraising campaign in Ontario law school history.

 

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