Conferences, Workshops & Seminars
September 21-23, 2018
Previous conferences, workshops & seminars
2nd International Conference on End of Life Law, Policy, and Practice
In September 2017, the Dalhousie Health Law Institute, the Australian Centre for Health Law Research at the Queensland University of Technology, and the Dutch and Belgian Based International Collaborative for End of Life Care Research hosted a multidisciplinary, multisectoral, and multinational conference on end of life issues. Learn more about the 2nd International Conference on End of Life Law, Policy, and Practice.
12th annual International Humanitarian Law Conference
In January 2017, the Schulich School of Law's John E. Read International Law Students’ Society (JERILS) and Law & Technology Institute, in partnership with the Canadian Red Cross, hosted a conference on the issues surrounding cyber warfare. Learn more about the 2017 International Humanitarian Law Conference.
2016 National Restorative Justice Symposium
In November 2016, the Nova Scotia Restorative Justice Program, Nova Scotia Department of Justice, and the Schulich School of Law hosted the annual Restorative Justice Symposium in Halifax. The focus of the symposium was the impact of the criminal justice system in Canada and the need for a fundamental reset in the direction of restorative justice. Learn more about the 2016 Restorative Justice Symposum.
The Future of Food Law & Policy in Canada Conference
In November 2016, the Schulich School of Law and Food Lawyers of Canada hosted the first national food law conference of its kind in Canada. The 2-day conference explored law’s changing role in Canadian food systems and discussed the future of food law and policy in Canada. Learn more about the 2016 Future of Food Law & Policy conference.
Exploring Possibilities: A Restorative Approach to Climate and Culture in Education, Workplaces, and Professions
In June 2016, the Schulich School of Law collaborated with Dalhousie’s Faculty of Dentistry, the Nova Scotia Advisory Council on the Status of Women, the Crime Prevention Unit of the Nova Scotia Department of Justice, the Nova Scotia Criminal Justice Association, and The Restorative Approach International Learning Community to discuss how restorative approaches can be used to create inclusive and healthy communities. Learn more about the 2016 International Restorative Conference.
Tax Conference: The Carter Commission 50 Years Later
In September 2012, the Schulich School of Law welcomed speakers to reflect and present ideas for reform on a variety of topics including redistribution, corporate tax, tax transplants, tax and political change and more. Learn more about the 2012 Tax Conference.
42nd Annual Workshop on Consumer and Commercial Law
In October 2012, the Schulich School of Law hosted the 42nd Annual Workshop on Consumer and Commercial Law with discussions on topics including national securities regulation, the Canadian payments system, consumer protection legislation and more. Learn more about the 2012 Workshop on Consumer and Commercial Law.