Allard School of Law News

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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...
Edward JC Hossie Leadership Award
Carly Stanhope's commitment to addressing issues around access to justice was recently recognised with a prestigious student leadership award. Read More...
Finding Urban Solutions to Contemporary Challenges
Two Allard School of Law students had the opportunity to take part in a cross-border collaboration between UBC and the University of Washington. Read More...
Student-Run Program Serves Most Vulnerable
The UBC Chapter of Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC) has been recognized this year with the Helen McCrae Award Read More...
Kawaskimhon National Aboriginal Moot
This year’s Kawaskimhon National Aboriginal Moot was hosted by McGill University from March 2 to 4 and welcomed students from 17 law schools across Canada. Read More...
“This is not an African problem.”
On March 28th, Judge Edwin Cameron gave an inspiring talk at Allard Hall. Third year law student, Nic Healey provides his perspective on the lecture. Read More...
Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond Joins Allard School of Law
The Allard School of Law is pleased to announce that The Honourable Judge Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond has joined the faculty as a Professor. Read More...
Student-led Project Lands In front of the World’s Highest Criminal Court
What started out as a law school research paper ultimately led to the creation of a manual that was presented at the ICC. Read More...
Supporting Teaching, Learning and Research
Lawson Lundell LLP donates $450,000 to establish a new faculty position, and to continue support for an entrance scholarship. Read More...
Prof. Perrin Releases Criminal Justice Report Card
Canada’s criminal justice system is facing a litany of serious challenges including significant under-reporting of crime by victims... Read More...

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