Professors Collins and McLeod-Kilmurray Publish The Canadian Law of Toxic Torts
Professors Lynda Collins and Heather McLeod-Kilmurray have recently published The Canadian Law of Toxic Torts (Carswell), the first book of its kind to deal exclusively with the subject of toxic torts.
Recent Graduate Raphaëlle Ferland’s Inspiring Story Featured in Metro
Recent graduate Raphaëlle Ferland (’14) was featured in a recent article in Metro for her amazing transition from street life to two-time law school graduate. (details)
Prof. Steger Publishes The World Trade Organization
Professor Debra Steger has edited a new publication entitled The World Trade Organization: Critical Perspectives on the World Economy (Routledge), a five-volume collection that is part of Routledge’s Major Works Series. (details)
Prof. Joanne St. Lewis: Why I Stood Up to Racist Cyber Libel
Professor Joanne St. Lewis has authored a blog for the online legal magazine Slaw, outlining the details of her defamation action, St. Lewis v. Rancourt. On June 5, 2014, a jury ruled in her favour, setting several important legal precedents. (details)
Prof. Vasudev Publishes Report on the Demise of Nortel
In his capacity as the law/corporate governance member of the Telfer School of Management’s multidisciplinary project “Understanding the Demise of Nortel Networks,” Professor P.M. Vasudev has published a report identifying issues that contributed to the outcome. (details)
Book Launch: Prof. Dodek Publishes Solicitor-Client Privilege
Professor Adam Dodek has published a new book entitled Solicitor-Client Privilege (LexisNexis Canada), which explains key aspects of lawyer-client confidentiality and features a foreword by former Supreme Court of Canada Justice Ian Binnie. The book will be launched at a special event featuring CPD hours on June 24, 2014 at Prinzo, 85 O'Connor Street, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. (details)
Ronald St. John Macdonald Young Scholars Award: CALL FOR STUDENT PAPERS 2014
The Canadian Council on International Law is inviting international law papers from students who are studying at the graduate or undergraduate level in any discipline. Articling students are also eligible: papers from articling students will be considered under the graduate student category. (details)
Change in Degree Designation: Converting Your LL.B. to a JD
L’AÉÉCLSS - Common Law Student Society
North American Consortium on Legal Education
NACLE promotes student and faculty exhchanges between Canada, the United States and Mexico.
Human Rights in the Canadian Mining Sector
Academic Fraud During Exams
The Ottawa Law Review
The Ottawa Law Review, established in 1966, is a fully peer-reviewed, national legal journal published in both French and English by students, scholars and practitioners.