Law

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...

Alumni first female electoral commissioner of Ghana

This summer, Charlotte Osei, LLM’95, was sworn in as the first female chair of the Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana.Continue...

Law Student’s Society holds election forum for candidates

The Queen’s Law Student Society (LSS) held its first election forum on Jan. 28 in the Law lounge of Sir John A. Macdonald Hall.Continue...

Law school looks to expand

Last Tuesday, the Faculty of Law announced its plan to increase enrolment by up to 50 students per year – an initiative set to garner more revenue for the Faculty.Continue...

New law modules launch at Queen’s

Representatives of the Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) visited Kingston on Monday to launch a new curriculum module on domestic violence for law schools across the province.Continue...

Homeless for five days

Once youths turn 16, the government of Canada is no longer obliged to provide them with financial aid. It’s one reason why 13 Queen’s law students have chosen to live outside without any resources to take part in the national campaign dubbed 5 Days for the Homeless.Continue...

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