Congratulations to the Schulich School of Law’s Class of 2019! Every Wednesday in May, we’ll feature a Q&A with a graduating law student who will share their thoughts on their time at Weldon. Here, we profile Samantha Addario.
When Heather McNeill started law school in 1991, she was a 39-year-old single parent. In honour of Mother’s Day, we asked her to share some of the wisdom she gleaned during her law school years—and from her own mother.
The Schulich School of Law is pleased to announce that third-year student Riley Weyman has won the CBA's National Environmental, Energy, and Resources Law Section (NEERLS) Student Essay Contest – Gowling WLG – David Estrin Prize.
In a series of profiles over the coming months, we’ll introduce you to some of the Schulich School of Law’s part-time faculty members. This profile is of Judge Alanna Murphy, who teaches Criminal Trial Practice.
Congratulations to second-year law student and varsity basketball player Diedre Alexander on receiving the 2018–19 Dalhousie Tigers President’s Award for Excellence in Academics, Athletics, Leadership, Sportsmanship and Citizenship.
The great Count Dracula sued the world-famous vampire hunter Van Helsing for wrongful death at this year’s Weldon Literary Moot, The Trial of Dracula. The sold-out annual sketch-comedy moot took place in Room 105 at the law school on March 20.
In a series of profiles over the coming months, we’ll introduce you to some of the Schulich School of Law’s part-time faculty members. This profile is of Alex Keaveny, who teaches Civil Trial Practice.