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Stepan Wood named Canada Research Chair in Law, Society and Sustainability
Announced on November 2, newly hired Professor Stepan Wood has been named a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair. Read More...
Student Blog: Engaging, Hands-on Learning through the Indigenous Awareness Retreat
2L student, Victoria Wicks, writes about her experience taking part in the launch of the Cultural Competency Certificate at the Indigenous Awareness Retreat. Read More...
Pro bono law students and lawyers open Homeless ID Clinic in the Downtown Eastside
On Monday, October 2, law students from the Allard School of Law and lawyers from Borden Ladner Gervais LLP are opening a weekly ID Clinic at the Powell Street Getaway. Read More...
Azerbaijani Journalist Khadija Ismayilova Awarded 2017 Allard Prize for International Integrity
C$100,000 Anti-Corruption Award Presented to Ismayilova at Third Allard Prize Ceremony Read More...
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP donates $50,000 in support of an Entrance Scholarship
Scholarships valued at $5,000 will be available for students entering the J.D. program who demonstrate academic excellence. Read More...
Allard Prize for International Integrity Finalist: Azza Soliman
Meet the third of three finalists up for the $100,000 Allard Prize, Azza Soliman, a prominent women's rights lawyer in Egypt. Read More...
Welcome Class of 2020!
This week the Allard School of Law welcomes first year JD students through our annual Orientation held August 30 to September 1. Read More...
Allard Prize for International Integrity Finalist: Car Wash Task Force
Meet the second of three finalists up for the $100,000 Allard Prize, Car Wash Task Force, a group of anti-corruption lawyers working in Brazil. Read More...
Allard Prize for International Integrity Finalist: Khadija Ismayilova
Meet the first of three finalists up for the $100,000 Allard Prize, Khadija Ismayilova, an investigative journalist in Azerbaijan. Read More...
Allard Prize for Calls for End to Prosecution of Former Winner
Angolan journalist, human rights defender and co-winner of the 2015 prize, Rafael Marques de Morais and another journalist have had charges filed against them. Read More...

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