Alumna Emily Leduc Gagné, JD ’19, magna cum laude, is a great example of a non-traditional path to becoming a lawyer and how one can have multiple careers. She moved to Montreal as a teen for her career as a professional contemporary ballet dancer and completed her BA in English literature with a minor in education at McGill University during that time.
La Fondation franco-ontarienne has chosen Common Law’s Anne Levesque as a finalist for a Prix Saphir in the Community Engagment category. The Prix Saphir aim to recognize and promote the commitment, excellence and influence of women in the Franco-Ontarian community.
Professor Samuel Singer is the guest editor of a new special issue of the Canadian Journal of Law and Society, entitled On the Margins of Trans Legal Change, with fellow guest editor Ido Katri (University of Toronto). The publication is the continuation of a project seeking to amplify trans legal studies in Canada, which was the focus of a conference at McGill University’s Faculty of Law in May 2019.