On April 24, Professor Andrea Bartoli, Dean, School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University in New Jersey, will be delivering a lecture at the University of Ottawa titled “Resolving Conflict through Responsibility.”
Despite the reality of gender-based differences in leadership, women can unleash their full potential even in the face of fear and doubt. Imagine having an empowering tactic to push you through the paralysis of fear and give you the courage to make bolder moves and provide a greater impact as a woman in leadership.
Fourteen Common Law Alumni are running in the 2019 Law Society of Ontario Bencher Election. As members of Convocation, benchers play a critical role in the governance of the Law Society and the regulation of Ontario’s legal professions in the public interest. Winners will sit on the Board for a four-year term.
The Honourable Llana Nakonechny, LLB. 1985, was appointed judge of the Superior Court of Justice of Ontario in Toronto. She replaced Justice F.P. Kiteley, who elected to become a supernumerary judge effective September 1, 2018.
Professor Martha Jackman received the Guardian of Public Health Care Award in the Academic Category, presented by the Canadian Health Coalition.
Three Guardians of Public Health Care winners are named each year, one in each of three categories: Community, Labour, and Academic. The awards aim to recognize the tremendous work of their recipients on an issue related to protecting and expanding public health care that has a national focus or national implications.
uOttawa Programme de Common Law en Français (PCLF) received the second place award for dissertations and an Individual Award for Pleading went to Jia Wen Li at the Inaugural Michel Bastarache Competition on Language Rights. The competition was held in Ottawa as part of the 16th annual Michel Bastarache Conference, which kicked off on Friday, March 22, at the Rideau Club with 100 guests in attendance to listen to speaker Claude Laverdure.
For more than a decade, uOttawa law professor Nathalie Chalifour has analyzed the constitutionality of federal climate legislation. In February this year, the outside world came knocking, and her expertise was put to the test. Read the full story.