Western Law

Mayo Moran lectures on Tort Law’s "Reasonable Person"

February 20, 2017

Mayo Moran, Provost and Vice-Chancellor of Trinity College at the University of Toronto, delivered the Tort Law Research Group public lecture on “Rethinking the Reasonable Person”.

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Law student “research-a-thon” assists refugees

February 08, 2017

In light of President Trump’s travel ban on seven majority-Muslim countries, law students lent their time and talent to take part in a research marathon to assist the Canadian Council for Refugees launch a challenge to the Safe Third Country Agreement.

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Law program brings Indigenous issues to light

February 20, 2017

Western Law students recently took part in the Debwewin Summer Law Program, spending time with Indigenous organizations to provide community education and legal assistance support to First Nations, Métis or Inuit communities and community organizations in Ontario.

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Law alumnus' musical set for Broadway stage

February 03, 2017

Michael Rubinoff's Come From Away - a heart-warming tale of kindness and generosity in the face of tragedy – is on its way to Broadway.

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Funding bolsters law professor’s work, Canada’s role in international justice

January 30, 2017

Valerie Oosterveld, associate dean in the Faculty of Law, along with 22 partners from across Ontario, was recently awarded a $2.5-million Partnership Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

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Law professor builds on special court’s legacy

February 20, 2017

Professor Valerie Oosterveld has been selected to lead a United Nations Women-funded project to learn more on the prosecution of sexual and gender-based crimes from the Special Court of Sierra Leone (2002-13), created to address serious crimes committed during the brutal armed conflict in the West African country in the 1990s.

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Attorney General Exhorts Students to Challenge the Status Quo

January 20, 2017

Ontario’s Attorney General, the Honorable Yasir Naqvi, spoke at Western Law on January 19, on the topic of “Challenging the Status Quo in Ontario’s Justice System.” He encouraged Western Law students to be the “instruments of change” in society, and to constantly ask how they can make the legal system and society better.

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Western Law student nets intellectual property law prize

January 18, 2017

Third-year Western Law student Jim Lepore is the winner of Canada’s IP Writing Challenge for 2016.

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January Term faculty brings international perspective

January 11, 2017

Western Law’s January term is a highlight of the school’s academic year and provides students a global perspective in a range of private and public law.

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