The Schulich School of Law is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, a city with a youthful spirit, rich history, and scenic waterfront. We are a vibrant, collegial, and close-knit community of faculty and students from around the world. We live the Weldon Tradition of unselfish public service—of giving back and making the world a better place.
Schulich Law News
Get to know part‑time faculty member Alex Keaveny
In a series of profiles over the coming months, we’ll introduce you to some of the Schulich School of Law’s part-time faculty members. This profile is of Alex Keaveny, who teaches Civil Trial Practice.
Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "A 'joke' that went too far on live TV, and whether it's sexual assault"
African Heritage Month law student profile: Durrell Borden
As African Heritage Month wraps up, we profile second-year law student Durrell Borden, the vice-president of finance for the Dalhousie Black Law Students’ Association.
In the Media
- Professor Sara Seck ft in "SNC‑Lavalin controversy subject of panel discussion at Dalhousie"
- Professor Stephen Coughlan ft in "Political interference 'uncommon, but it happens' head of Crown counsel association says"
- Professor Emeritus Wayne MacKay ft in "Nova Scotia schools won't ban cellphone"