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Order in the House

House Speaker, the Honourable Geoff Regan (LLB ’83) talks parliamentary process with a group of students and faculty on a recent visit to campus.

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Canada's first food law conference

Leaders in Canada's emerging food law and policy fields met in Halifax November 3-4, 2016 to explore law’s changing role in Canadian food systems.

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In Memoriam: The Honourable Jim Prentice PC QC (LLB '™80)

Remembering Jim: "an inspiration to all of us who aspire to public service."

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Halifax hotspots

Get to know Halifax, with some of our favourite places to visit in the city, as selected by Schulich School of Law students, faculty, and staff.

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We are Canada's national law school

A rich history. A proud tradition. Explore our programs in law.

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This is the place where leaders emerge

Learn more about our accomplished alumni.

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In the Media

Professor Elaine Craig ft in "Do we need to rethink sexual assault law?" Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences's Big Thinking lecture (November 29)

Alumna Mary Burnet ft in "Tattooed, pierced law school grad challenges dresscode norms" CBC News (November 29)

Professor Jennifer Llewellyn ft in "New Directions in Restorative Justice Practice and Research" School of Law, University of Leeds (November 25)

Professor Elaine Craig mentioned in "Does Canada need to reshape its sexual assault laws?" Ottawa Citizen (November 21)

Professor Steve Coughlan ft in "Experts urge Liberals to update 'embarrassingly bad' Criminal Code" CBC News (November 18)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Rae's Awareness" (panel discussion on cyberbulling and sexualized violence) Rehtaeh Parsons Society (November 17)

Professor Naiomi Metallic ft in "Legal brief saying Nova Scotia band are a conquered people went too far: premier" National Newswatch [syndicated] (November 17)

Professor Joanna Erdman ft in"International Human Rights and the Mistreatment of Women during Childbirth" Health and Human Rights Journal (November 14)

Professor Archibald Kaiser ft in "Drug decriminalization would lead to fewer overdoses, addiction: federal study" Toronto Star (November 14)

Professor Archibald Kaiser ft in "U.S. marijuana votes could bolster Canada's legalization effort: law professor" CP24 (November 10)

Professor Naiomi Metallic ft in "Mi'kmaq community accuses government of trampling on aboriginal rights" LocalXpress (November 10)

Professor Archibald Kaiser ft in "Members of disabled community want N.S. accessibility legislation rewritten" CTV News Atlantic (November 7)

Professor Archibald Kaiser and Professor Emerita Dianne Pothier ft in "Disabled Nova Scotians roundly criticize Accessibility Act" CBC News (November 7) (Special mention: Associate Professor Sheila Wildeman)

Professor Richard Devlin ft in "Grit reforms on judgeships not ‘enough’" The Lawyers Weekly (November 4)

Professor Richard Devlin ft in "Ottawa sticks with new process to fill Supreme Court vacancies" The Lawyers Weekly (November 4)   

Student Michael Coady ft in "Trudeau speaks at youth forum on accessibility at Carleton" The Charlatan (November 3)

Student Jessica Rose ft in "Digging into food law in Canada" The Coast (November 3)

Professor Kim Brooks ft in "Morneau confirms Liberals seeking to eliminate more tax credits" The Globe and Mail (November 2)

Professor Archibald Kaiser ft in "Shubie Park assault suspect has history of attacks" CBC News (November 2)

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