We are excited to announce a new book forthcoming: Vulnerable: The Law, Policy & Ethics of COVID-19, edited by Colleen M. Flood, Vanessa MacDonnell, Jane Philpott, Sophie Theriault, and Sridhar Venkatapuram.
Will Tao, JD '14, has been awarded the Canadian Bar Association Founder’s Award. The Award recognizes an exceptional law student or junior lawyer and a future leader of the CBA Immigration Law Section.
Professor Aimée Craft has earned a grant from the New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF) for a project entitled “Sacred Responsibilities to Water: Indigenous Knowledge Exchange (Canada-Colombia)”, which aims to bring together nations with different cultures and languages that have intimate relationships with water.
Legal and policy instruments at global and European levels increasingly emphasize the need to address the specific demands of vulnerable migrants. But what does it mean to be vulnerable? Common Law Professor Delphine Nakache is leading the Canadian section of a Horizon 2020 research project entitled "Vulnerabilities Under the Global Protection Regime: How Does the Law Assess, Address, Shape and Produce the Vulnerabilities of Protection Seekers?” (VULNER).