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Indigenous Knowledge Initiative in its final year

The Indigenous Knowledge Initiative was launched at Queen’s in 2019 by legal scholar Mark Dockstator. The Initiative is a three-year program led by Dockstator , a member of the Oneida Nation of the Thames and an Osgoode Hall graduate.Continue...

Queen’s law students participate in U of T’s Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada

On March 13, the University of Toronto’s Sports and Entertainment Law Society (SELS) held its ninth annual “Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada” (HACC) over Zoom. Six students from the Queen’s Faculty of Law participated.Continue...

‘What Alex did best is he didn’t overshadow the contestants’: 'Jeopardy!' winner and Queen’s alum reflects on Alex Trebek

In the wake of Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek’s passing in November and his final episode airing last week, two-time winner Jordan Nussbaum, Queen’s Law ’15, discussed meeting the famous Canadian.Continue...

Hannah Claus’ words that are lasting unveiled at Macdonald Hall

On Friday, the law faculty unveiled artist Hannah Claus’ words that are lasting.Continue...

Law students support refugees in light of U.S. visa ban

In the wake of the recent United States executive order on immigration, Queen’s Law Refugee Support Program (QLRSP) has penned over 100 letters to the Canadian government in support of taking action.Continue...

New Queen’s Legal Aid bail program reduces overcrowding in Quinte Detention Centre

Quinte Detention Centre in Napanee, Ontario has the capacity to hold 19 women in its cells. When Jodie-Lee Primeau, Queen’s Legal Aid Review Counsel, first visited the prison, 29 women were being detained there.Continue...