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Building Knowledge
Professors Wei Cui, Debra Parkes and Benjamin Perrin have each been awarded SSHRC Insight Grants for major new research projects spanning governance and tax compliance, social media crime, and the legal and lived dimensions of life sentences. Read More...
Meet Hoi Kong
With an ambitious research agenda and numerous publications, grants and projects to his name, Professor Hoi Kong is taking his place as one of Canada’s foremost scholars in constitutional law. Read More...
Inaugural Access to Justice Week in BC
There are a number of events planned through October 1 to 5 to raise awareness to and showcase Access to Justice in BC. Read More...
Michael McDonald, QC receives UBC Alumni Builder Award
The Alumni Builder Award recognizes outstanding individuals for service, dedication, and contribution to the university and alumni community. Read More...
Meet Dr. Robert Russo
Dr. Russo is one of three new faculty members starting this fall at the Allard School of Law. Read More...
Does the FLA Increase Access to Justice for Common Law Partners?
Five years after the promulgation of the Family Law Act, Aloni is working to determine whether affording common law partners the same rights and responsibilities as married spouses has increased access to justice. Read More...
Bringing Climate Change Issues to the Masses
Grace Nosek a PhD candidate at Allard Hall, is the recipient of the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation scholarship. Her research focuses on analyzing how law can be used to protect climate science from manufactured doubt. Read More...
Supporting Corporate Social Responsibility
Helen and R. Stuart ‘Tookie’ Angus donate $500,000 to establish the Angus UBC Professorship in Law and Corporate Social Responsibility. Read More...
The Family Law Act and Access to Justice
Assistant Professor Régine Tremblay’s latest research will critically examine how to measure success in the context of family law reform and in relation to access to justice and the inclusion of diverse family forms. Read More...
Supporting Social Movements
Organized by Allard School of Law faculty, staff and students, the local legal community came together recently to discuss social movements. Read More...

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