Student Ani Mamikon Receives ICJ Associate Award
Common Law Student Ani Mamikon is the recipient of the International Commission of Jurists (Canadian section) Associate Award for 2013.
Student Jennifer Barrigar Successfully Defends her Doctoral Dissertation
On April 4, 2013, Jennifer Barrigar successfully defended her doctoral dissertation “Time to Care about Reputation: Re-Viewing the Resonance and Regulation of Reputation,” putting an exclamation point on a gratifying course of study at the Faculty of Law, amongst a wealth of resources and experts. (details)
National Program Student Paula Sauveur Publishes Two Books on Cloud Computing Law
National Program Student Paula Sauveur has recently published two books on the law relating to cloud computing, entitled La protection du secret commercial dans les nuages publics de l’infonuagique (“Protection of Commercial Secrets in the Public Clouds of Cloud Computing”) and La médiation infonuagique (“Cloud Computing Mediation”). (details)
Common Law Students Earn Impressive Ranking at Vis Arbitral Moot
The Common Law mooting team of students Kristen Holman, Lindsay Moffatt and Patrick Ganley earned their way to the semi-finals of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot on March 28, 2013, finishing fourth out of 295 teams from around the world. (details)
Samantha Biglou Ranks in Top Oralists Top Ten
Common Law student Samantha Biglou ranked in the top ten of the Top Oralists from The Davies’ Corporate/Securities Law Moot Court Competition, which took place March 8th-9th, 2013, in Toronto.