Denise Ann Williams plans to become a judge and by winning the inaugural Harry Jerome Scholarship, she’s well on her way.
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.
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.
Student members of the University of Windsor Law Chapter with Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) have a reason to be proud. Working with JHR, the student chapter arranged for and fundraised to send colleague Christina Beninger to intern this summer in Kumasi, Ghana with the Centre for Human Rights and Advanced Legal Research (CHRALER).