Professor Martha Jackman co-hosted the 2007 Tea & Talk
Chelsea Paradis (’07) et Rose-Marie Perry (’60)
Alumni Gala Dinner Fairmont Château Laurier
The Honourable Jean-Marc Labrosse (’60), Retired Dean Burt Hubbard, the Honourable Lynn Ratushny
Howard Hampton (’83), Shelley Martel, Prof. Tony Van Duzer (’82), David W. Scott (’60), Chuck Higgins (’82), Prof. Ed Ratushny
Welcome to the October issue of Vox! Bringing you the latest news and events from the law school, this monthly e-update is sent to alumni and friends as we aim to keep you connected and informed. If you have any questions, suggestions, or would like to feature an Alumni Profile in future issues, please contact Amanda Leslie at aleslie@uOttawa.ca
Homecoming 2007: Anniversary Celebrations. The Common Law Section celebrated its 50th anniversary along with the Common Law French program’s 30th anniversary on the weekend of September 29, 2007.
Common Law alumnae met on Saturday, September 29 in the Tsampalieros Atrium to celebrate 50 years of women in Common Law. The 2007 Tea and Talk for Women Graduates was co-hosted by Rose-Marie Perry (’60) and Professor Martha Jackman. Read more…
Common Law alumni, faculty, and guests reconnected with old friends, made new acquaintances, shared memories at the Homecoming 2007 gala dinner later that evening. Read more…
Professor Errol Mendes received uOttawa’s 2007 Media President’s Award. Read more…
The Revealed “I”: A Conference on Privacy and Identity . Hosted by researchers from On The Identity Trail, this conference will be held from October 25 – 27, 2007 at uOttawa’s Tabaret Hall. Read more…
Research & Publications
Professor Vern Krishna published The Canada-India Tax Treaty: Text and Commentary. Read more…
The Honourable John Manley (’76) has been appointed by the Harper government to chair a five-person panel to determine the future of Canada’s presence in Afghanistan. Read more…
The 2007 anniversary edition of the Common Law Bulletin is now in print and has been mailed out. Please inform us if you did not receive a copy!
Reunion: Common Law History at the University of Ottawawill be published this fallto celebrate Common Law’s 50th and 30th (French program) anniversaries. Check our website regularly for updates.
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