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 cannabis law, engage with international perspectives on subjects like the regulation of new technologies, and learn from an impressive roster of experts offering the latest insight on legal issues in fields ranging from military criminal law to sports law.
Faculty of Law students Ece Melisa Celebican (3L), Anna Katyk (3L) and Grace Tran (3L) competed in the 2018 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) International Arbitration Moot at Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden from November 8-11, 2018.
Students in Professor Diane Labelle’s French language seminar on cannabis law, CML4504E, La réglementation du cannabis, had the opportunity to visit local producer HEXO Corp. on Monday, October 15 ahead of cannabis legalization taking effect in Canada
On Wednesday, October 17, 2018, cannabis becomes legal in Canada. What are the implications of transitioning from criminalization to commercial regulation? How will it influence our culture and societal norms?
The 2018 Fall Term is upon us at the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section. A number of exciting changes have taken place at the law school since last spring. Here is an overview of notable announcements and appointments.