To mark Philanthropy Day on November 15th, we're celebrating the generosity of Thomas Weeks. His years as a government documents specialist in the Sir James Dunn Law Library inspired him to create the Thomas E. Weeks Prize in International Law.
Entering Dalhousie as a first-year law student this fall has allowed Sabre Lee to pursue her passion for law while further deepening ties to her ancestral homeland in Mi’kma’ki — a connection that has helped pave the way for her personal success.
Angela Lee's research explores the intersections between new and emerging scientific and technological innovations, the environment, various forms of justice, and the law, particularly in the context of food and agriculture.
When third-year student Hilary Angrove moved from Calgary to attend Schulich Law, she discovered that the country swing dancing that was so popular in her hometown didn't exist in Halifax. She and her partner Mark Taylor started Coastal Country Halifax to build a country swing community here.
In June of this year, Schulich Law’s student pro bono legal information clinic was awarded the Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia’s (ISANS) Award for their efforts to help newcomers with legal issues.