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Madeline Lean  –  News, Research
Monday, June 21, 2021
Introducing the new Viscount Bennett Professor of Law, Purdy Crawford Chair in Business Law, and Yogis and Keddy Chair in Human Rights Law.
Madeline Lean  –  News, Research, Students
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Follow Schulich Law PhD student Bjarni Sigursteinsson’s research discussing the complexity of organized crime through his Dal OpenThink blog.
Stefanie Wilson  –  News, Research, Health Law Institute
Thursday, January 14, 2021
Schulich Law Professor Adelina Iftene, explains why vaccinations for incarcerated individuals should be prioritized.
Trudi Smith  –  News, Research, Awards
Friday, September 11, 2020
Schulich Law Professor Jennifer Llewellyn has been appointed to the Royal Society of Canada.
Trudi Smith  –  News, Research, Awards
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Schulich Law Professors Joanna Erdman and Adelina Iftene are among the Dal researchers to receive 2020 President’s Research Excellence Awards.
Wednesday, July 1, 2020
PhD student Adebayo Majekolagbe and postdoctoral fellow Sara Ross were among the recipients of Canada's top awards for graduate student research.
Trudi Smith  –  News, Health Law Institute, Research, Students
Friday, May 29, 2020
Highlighting the research of Health Law and Policy students James Whittier, Amanda Steger and Andrea MacGregor.
Trudi Smith  –  News, Research
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
In January 2020, Pablo Holmes arrived at the Schulich School of Law from his home country of Brazil to begin a term as a visiting scholar. Although COVID-19 has changed some of his plans, he’s decided to remain in Halifax until May and continue his research in the areas of constitutional law and political theory.
Stephanie Hurley  –  News, Research
Thursday, April 2, 2020
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.
Jane Doucet  –  News, Research
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
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.
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