Schulich Law's newest Clinic will expand partnerships with the community, share expertise to a critical sector of the Nova Scotia economy, and train students to become engaged members of the entrepreneurial ecosystem through “learning by doing”.
Right now in Nova Scotia, there is much legal and political pressure to close large disability institutions where many persons have lived in highly regimented, isolated conditions. It’s something that Professor Sheila Wildeman is working to help make happen.
On December 6-7, 2019, the Canadian-Japanese Scholarly Exchange on the Law of the Sea brought together experts from both countries for the first time to exchange views on international ocean governance.
In her recent book, "Punished for Aging: Vulnerability, Rights, and Access to Justice in Canadian Penitentiaries" Schulich Law Professor Adelina Iftene looks at the issues facing our aging prision population.
On October 25, Mi’kmaw university students from across the region gathered to learn from current students, alumni and faculty what it’s like to be a part of Schulich Law's Indigenous Blacks and Mi’kmaq (IB&M) Initiative.
This week's Dal-hosted Arctic Research Symposium brought together experts from different fields, including Professor Aldo Chircop from the Marine and Environmental Law Institute, to share their thoughts on the Arctic and to discuss major issues surrounding the region.