Get to know the Schulich School of Law
As the first week of #KnowYourDal wraps up, we look online (specifically, to Twitter and Instagram) to learn more about the recent work, research and accomplishments in our Schulich School of Law.
View a "Storify" collection of our social media activity.
Schulich School of Law Dean Camille Cameron answers our questions in this video interview.
5 Things You Didn’t Know About The Schulich School of Law
For more than 130 years, Dalhousie University’s law school has been known for being the first university-based common law school in Canada, and for its reputation for high academic and professional standards and commitment to unselfish public service. But did you also know…
- The law school has its own postage stamp
- The law school has been called a “brain-export factory”
- The faculty, students, and staff who work and study in the Weldon Law Building are commonly called “Weldonites”
- The law school is the sixth “Schulich” school
- The law school has long worked to be a place where everyone feels they belong