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Thursday, May 25, 2017
Honorary Degree recipient Elizabeth Cromwell has worked tirelessly to have the contributions and struggles of the Black Loyalists recognized as a central piece of Nova Scotian and Canadian history.
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).
Rachael Kelly  –  News, IB and M, Student Interest, Faculty Interest
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
After removing their shoes, students joined upper years, faculty, and members of Dalhousie’s Law School Society (LSS) and Aboriginal Law Students' Association (DALSA) on a circle of blankets laid out the Studley Gym floor. Participants were preparing for a Blanket Exercise, an experiential learning activity designed to increase awareness of Aboriginal history in Canada.
Friday, April 29, 2016
Professor Michelle Williams is chosen a Notable Nova Scotian by The Times of African Nova Scotians
Jane Doucet  –  News, IB and M
Friday, January 29, 2016
Naiomi Metallic accepts full-time tenure track position at Schulich School of Law
Schulich School of Law  –  News, IB and M
Friday, January 15, 2016
The law school is honoured to host this installation, which runs until February 13th and is open to the public
Jane Doucet  –  News, IB and M
Monday, September 14, 2015
Alumna Daphne Williamson joins Rose Godfrey and Sarah Kirby in the CDO
Friday, November 23, 2012
Canadian Progress Club (Halifax chapter) recognizes School of Law professor
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