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Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Congratulations to the Schulich School of Law’s Class of 2019! Here, we profile graduating law student Heather Webster.
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
David Slipp talks about why he chose Schulich Law, what surprised him most about his law school experience, what he'll miss most, and more.
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
The annual Celebrate Great Teaching spring reception recognized the outstanding contributions of the Schulich Law community.
Former Chief Justice Thomas Cromwell joined members of the Cape Breton Bar Society for breakfast on Oct. 6
Monday, October 23, 2017
Former Chief Justice Thomas Cromwell joined members of the Cape Breton Bar Society for breakfast on Oct. 6.
Thursday, July 13, 2017
The 2017 recipient of the Schulich School of Law’s Weldon Award for Unselfish Public Service is Trinda L. Ernst, QC (LLB ’83), a senior lawyer at Waterbury Newton Law Firm, which has offices in Kentville and Berwick, N.S.
Thursday, June 15, 2017
The Schulich School of Law would like to congratulate alumnus W. Paul Riley, QC (LLB ’95) for his appointment to the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Congratulations to Maxime Chambers-Dumont (third-year student), Teagan Markin (’17), Esher Madhur (’16), and Leah Burt (’14) for securing clerking positions at the Supreme Court of Canada.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
We would like to congratulate alumni Justice Andrew Phillip Avtar Mayer and Justice Robyn M. Ryan Bell, appointed to the Supreme Court of British Columbia in Prince Rupert and the Superior Court of Justice in Ottawa, respectively.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
The Schulich School of Law extends its congratulations to alumni Philip J. Star, QC (’81), Kathryn M. Dumke, QC (’93), Alonzo Wright (’94), George Filipovic (’02), The Honourable Justice Patrick J. Duncan (’79), and Professor Naiomi Metallic (’05) for their appointments to Judicial Advisory Committees (JACs) in Nova Scotia and the Yukon.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
This year, two of our third year Indigenous students, Paige Wilson and Richard Kulesza, along with me as their coach, participated in the annual Kawaskimhon Aboriginal Moot. The Moot involves a multi-party negotiation with normally 7 to 8 parties represented at each table (this year four tables occurred simultaneously).