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Law students honoured in the 2013 Student Impact Awards
Kudos to our individual and group winners, nominees, and runners-up in the 2013 Dalhousie Student Impact Awards.
- MOST CHARITABLE SOCIETY recognizing a top student society that made a significant contribution to charity and sets an example for other student societies: Dalhousie Community Outreach. The executive members of the society are Crystle Hug, Kate Byers, Natasha Meier, Krysten Fisher and Alex MacDonald
- GOLD D recognizing an elite level of involvement in campus life over her university career: Shannon Paine
- TOP DSU COUNCIL MEMBER recognizing his commitment to collaborative problem-solving and active representation of his constituency: Kyle DeYoung, Law and Health Admin
- STUDENT ACTIVIST recognizing her commitment to social justice issues: Roslyn Chambers
- FACULTY LEADERSHIP AWARD given to students from each faculty who have good academic standing and exemplify the highest level of passion for their discipline: Christopher Keliher
- LEVEL CHAN AWARD recognizing the Dalhousie student who has exhibited the most significant lifetime achievement of outstanding contribution to student life: Johanna Goosen
- Professor Matthew Herder ft in "Canadian advocates call for all medical implants to be registered"
- Professor Rob Currie ft in "Who's in the Middle of a Spat Between the U.S. and China? Canada"
- Professor Rob Currie ft in "Canada's extradition act on display with world watching Meng case: experts"
- Professor Jocelyn Downie ft in "Opinion: Alarming gap in assisted dying in Antigonish"
- Professor Rob Currie ft in "Second Canadian now believed in trouble in China, Freeland admits"
- Professor Rob Currie ft in "Trump can stop Huawei extradition, but not without consequences"
- Professor Rob Currie ft in "Trump's intervention comment may have provided legal gift to Huawei's beleaguered CFO"
- Professor Rob Currie ft in "Canada caught between a rock and a hard place in the case of Huawei's Meng Wanzhou"