Law

Landlord agreements not always legal

When Madi Trenholm found a broken oven in her new apartment, she thought she would just have to ask her landlord to fix it.Continue...

Articling deserves a clean slate

On Nov. 22 the ‘benchers,’ as the Law Society of Upper Canada’s governing board is known, will be voting on the fate of articling in Ontario. Currently articlingis in practice with multiple countries in the Commonwealth and consists of a professional training program at a firm completed after passing the bar and before becoming a qualified lawyer.Continue...

Articling crisis affects students

A proposed pilot project from the Law Society of Upper Canada could change the way lawyers in Ontario become licenced.Continue...

Campus file-sharing draws attention

Queen's Information Technology Services receives complaints from major film companies concerning illegally downloaded files on the network.Continue...

Law faculty plans Indigenous art space

According to members of the Queen’s Faculty of Law, visitors to John A. Macdonald Hall will be greeted with specially created Indigenous art come next fall.Continue...

I took the LSAT for fun

‘11:11’ by the Arkells was blasting on my phone. But it wasn’t 11:11 — it was 7 a.m. on a Saturday morning and I was less than pleased.Continue...

Senate addresses financial concerns with University library systems

During the Nov. 1 meeting of Queen’s Senate, several program reviews were presented to senators for debate. Review reports were available for cultural studies, environmental studies, fine art, geography and planning, global development, Jewish studies, law and political studies, leading to conversation on both concerns and newly developed initiatives within each.Continue...

Water literacy speaker series turns legal

On Wednesday evening, a full house convened at the Grad Club to talk about water.Continue...

Scholarship created for Indigenous law students

On March 24, the Queen’s Law Students Society (LSS) announced the creation of a new Aboriginal Entrance Scholarship for aspiring Indigenous lawyers.Continue...

Queen's alum: Olympic athlete and Justice

Former Gael and Olympic athlete Justice Hugh Fraser, is nothing short of an honorable man.Continue...

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