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Law students get educated in table manners at the 3rd annual Business Etiquette Dinner
October 1, 2013
(Oct 1) The 3rd annual Business Etiquette Dinner, sponsored by Torys LLP and organized by the Business Law Association, was held on September 25, 2013. Led by Sue Jacques, The Civility CEO, the event gives students the opportunity to develop social skills to present themselves in a professional manner in business settings. Read the UToday story for more.
Third-year student awarded Berard Scholarship in Natural Resources and Environmental Law
(Sept 23) On September 16 and 17, third-year JD student Jillian Bollinger attended the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (RMMLF) Special Institute on International Energy & Minerals Arbitration in Toronto.
Q&A with Inaki Gomez: Law student juggles studies and international athletic career
September 23, 2013
(Sept 23) 2015 JD candidate Inaki Gomez spent his summer competing at the World University Games and the IAAF World Championships of Athletics. Read the UToday story to find out how Inaki balances his legal studies with an intense training regimen.
Law alum's experience with flood recovery brings understanding to legal community
Calgary legal community welcomes first-year law students
September 18, 2013
(Sept 18) The Faculty of Law held the 11th annual Law Mixer on September 12 as members of Calgary's legal community, the judiciary, faculty, staff and alumni welcomed the Class of 2016. Read the UToday story for more.
Professor part of expert panel providing thoughts on Quebec's secular charter
September 14, 2013
(Sept 14) Professor Kathleen Mahoney participated on a panel of nine distinguished Constitutional thinkers to discuss the question "Is Quebec's secular charter constitutional?" Their responses were published in a Globe & Mail article on September 14, 2013.
'Excellence in Lawyering' program receives funding boost
September 12, 2013
(Sept 12) The Faculty of Law is pleased to announce a generous gift from Torys LLP to support the new Torys LLP Excellence in Business Skills for Lawyers Program. The program is part of the law school's long-term goal of becoming the Canadian leader in lawyering skills development. Read the UToday story for more info.
University experts share Canadian oil and mining regulatory experience in Africa