Is the US a safe country for refugees? Led by Assistant Professor Efrat Arbel, students and faculty stood up against the now-suspended US travel ban and called into question the Safe Third Party Agreement.
Allard School of Law hosts 17 schools at annual Law Games Law schools from across the country converged at Allard to compete in a series of traditional and less traditional sports, with a couple academic challenges thrown in.
Constructing Legal Colonialism Gordon Christie's inaugural lecture, Constructing Legal Colonialism: Liberal Enclosure and Indigenous Self-Determination celebrated his full professorship. Watch the full lecture online now.
Changing the way we look at China Pitman Potter's influential work has helped shape public policy in the US, Canada and throughout Asia on matters related to international trade, human rights and dispute resolution.
One Year Assistant Professor Appointments
The University of British Columbia’s Peter A. Allard School of Law invites applications for two or three one-year Assistant Professor positions. Read More...
Second annual Re-Orientation brings equity and diversity to the forefront
Through a lecture, series of vignettes, and a mock First Nations Sentencing Court, first-year JD students engaged with matters of equality, diversity, and wellness. Read More...