2019 Honour Society Inductees
Annual Hyman Soloway Lecture: “International Arbitration and Globalization: The Battle between Private “Justice” and Public Law".
This January, the Common Law Section is welcoming an extraordinary group of visiting professors from within the community and around the world to take part in the law school’s annual January Term tradition. Students and professors alike will have the opportunity to explore timely topics like sports law, engage with international perspectives and learn from an impressive roster of experts offering the latest insight on legal issues.
Through the support of the Law Foundation of Ontario (LFO), a new partnership seeks to reduce the barriers to effective public participation in communications policy making. The University of Ottawa’s Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) and vLex Canada, a globally-proven legal intelligence platform, are joining forces to help level the playing field in communications policy debates.
The uOttawa Faculty of Law recognizes that its campus is located on the ancestral territory of the Algonquin Nation.
In a column published on January 21, 2020, in iPolitics, Professor Errol Mendes addressed the possibility of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle staying in Canada and whether or not there are barriers that could prevent them from doing so.
Professor Errol Mendes looked at the legal avenues Canada can pursue to seek justice for the victims of flight 752.
Congratulations to Ms. Burke, a graduate of the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa (class of 1994), on her appointment as French Language Services Commissioner of Ontario.
Fauteux Hall57 Louis Pasteur StOttawa, OntarioK1N 6N5
Email: comlaw@uOttawa.caTel.: 613-562-5800 ext.3270Fax: 613-562-5124
Contact the University
75 Laurier Ave. East, Ottawa ONK1N 6N5 Canada