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Schulich Law News
Law student receives inaugural Sarah Welch Prize in Criminal Law
Congratulations to Schulich School of Law student Erin Mitchell on receiving the first Sarah Welch Prize in Criminal Law.
Family Matters: Alex MacNab helps clients create families through the growing practice of fertility law
Alex MacNab (LLB '03) helps clients create families through the growing practice of fertility law.
Inaugural Crown Law Symposium draws almost 200 attendees
Almost 200 people attended the inaugural Crown Law Symposium, a continuing legal education session for government lawyers practicing public law, at the Schulich School of Law on June 12.
In the Media
- Professor Joanna Erdman ft in "We cannot solve abortion‑pill prescription problems without rethinking our gatekeeper approach"
- Professor Rob Currie ft in "Nova Scotia justice minister cites possible conflict of interest in Assoun case"
- Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Furey contacted conflict‑of‑interest commissioner himself"