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ALSS President's Speech to Incoming First Years
Joshua Abaki is this year's President of the Allard Law Student's Society. On August 31, during the Dean's Reception at Orientation week, Joshua addressed the Class of 2019 with an inspiring speech. Read More...
Allard Law Student Wins Largest Case in LSLAP History
Alexander Wind was in his first year at the Allard School of Law when a case came in that would not only confirm his decision to pursue a legal career, but test his skills against a seasoned lawyer. Read More...
Centre for Feminist Legal Studies: Student Profile
Intersectional feminism is a key phrase for Heather Burley, but it’s one that might not be familiar to all. Read More...
What I Learned in Orientation Week
Incoming first year student Victoria Wicks shares her experiences from Orientation Week and what she’s learned so far. Read More...
President’s Staff Award
Congratulations to Dana-Lyn Mackenzie on receiving this prestigious award in recognition of her work in advancing diversity and inclusion. Read More...
Meet Dr. Asha Kaushal
The Allard School of Law is pleased to welcome Dr. Asha Kaushal, who recently joined the faculty as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Kaushal is an alumna of the Allard School of Law, where she earned her Ph.D. in 2013. Read More...
The Allard School of Law is hiring!
Learn more about the Assistant and Associate Professor and Lecturer positions currently available at the law school.  Read More...
World’s leading experts gather at UBC to discuss refugee reform
The comprehensive workshop, led by Dean Dauvergne and Professor James C. Hathaway from the University of Michigan, culminated in a Call to Action to all governments and policy makers in regards to this global crisis. Read More...
Meet Professor Debra Parkes
The Allard School of Law is pleased to welcome Debra Parkes to the Faculty. Debra will be joining us on July 1 as the Chair in Feminist Legal Studies and Director of the Centre for Feminist Legal Studies. Read More...
New Report Recommends Integrating Trade Policy and Human Rights in Asia Pacific
Professor Pitman Potter awith his colleagues from the Institute of Asian Research have released policy recommendations for more effective approaches to integrating trade policy and human rights in Asia. Read More...

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