Robert Reich discusses the rule of law, populism, and the inevitability of the next financial crisis On March 1, Professor Robert Reich, former US Labour Secretary and prolific author, made a special stop at Allard Hall as part of his participation in the Lind Initiative in US Studies.
Justice for Victims of Crime Professor Ben Perrin’s latest book works to affirm legal rights of victims of crime by supporting them through legal and policy means and ensure laws are developed and implemented with victims in mind
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.
Professor Joel Bakan receives UBC award for public education and prestigious Bellagio residency
“I feel privileged to be part of a university that values this kind of work, and more generally our role as public educators,” Professor Bakan said of the recognitions. Read More...
The Blank Project: Highlighting Diversity in the Legal Profession
Eleven leaders in the BC legal community, including 6 Allard School of Law alumni, are featured in a 3-part video series answering the question: What's it like to be a lawyer who____? Read More...