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Together with the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia, Schulich Law prof Jocelyn Downie has developed an easy-to-use website app to help people to prepare a personal directive for health and personal-care decisions made on their behalf — a topic with heightened relevance given the COVID-19 pandemic.
Schulich Law is known for committed professors who give students an outstanding legal education, while making them feel welcome and supported in our close-knit, collegial community. The winners of this year’s teaching awards are truly an inspiration to our students.
Fourteen of Nova Scotia's top lawyers were recently awarded Queen's Counsel designation. Among them were Dean Camille Cameron, Dal Legal Aid's Susanne Litke and six Schulich Law alumni.
Since graduating from law school, Mark Sakamoto (LLB '03) has enjoyed a rich and varied career.
Two trailblazing members of Nova Scotia's judiciary, Corrine Sparks (LLB '79) and John Bodurtha (LLB '95) are inspiring other African Nova Scotians to serve the public with humanity, dignity and respect.
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Stay up-to-date with our faculty members and institutes on Twitter.

Faculty Twitter Accounts

Jamie Baxter @jrgbaxter
Kim Brooks @kbrooks_taxlaw
Elaine Craig @ElaineCraigDal
Robert Currie @RobCurrieMusic
Meinhard Doelle @MDoelle
Jocelyn Downie @jgdownie
Joanna Erdman @joannaerdman
Lucie Guibault @LGuibault
Matthew Herder @cmrherder
Adelina Iftene @adelina_iftene
Colin Jackson @Colin_Jackson
Jodi Lazare @Jodi_Lazare
Jennifer Llewellyn @jjllewellyn
Naiomi Metallic
@NaiomiMetallic
Jon Penney @jon_penney
Len Rotman @ProfessorRotman
Sara Seck @SaraSeck
Jon Shapiro @JonShapiro10

 

Institute Twitter Accounts

Health Law @SchulichJDAdmit
Law & Technology @CDOschulichlaw
Marine & Environmental Law Institute @MELAWInstitute