(Sept 12) Professor Jennifer Koshan is the lead on a team of five researchers who were awarded a SSHRC Insight grant to study access to justice in domestic violence cases at the intersection of multiple legal systems.
(Aug 15) Fashion designer Stella McCartney once said “Everyone can do simple things to make a difference, and every little bit really does count.” It’s this same philosophy that drives the Faculty of Law’s “40 for 40” campaign, to build a lasting legacy during the law school’s 40th Anniversary.
(Aug 11) Ashlea Richard, JD’13, loves helping people. Before she became a lawyer, she completed her Bachelor of Arts in history, as well as her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. It was during her nursing studies that Ashlea’s parents got divorced, which sparked her interest in the intersection of law, family, and health care.
(Aug 8) Patricia Rowbotham, BEd'75, LLB’81, justice of the Court of Appeal of Alberta, explains what it is like working as a judge in the province, on the August 2 edition of Peer Review, the UCalgary Alumni podcast.
(July 28) When she was starting law school at 21, Andrea James (JD’15) was looking for a way to stand out among her classmates. Perhaps not having an undergraduate degree helped, but James soon realized that being young in law school doesn’t have to be a disadvantage if you can recognize everyone who was accepted is amazing in their own ways.
(July 15) Professor Michelle Christopher presented at the joint conference of the Association for Canadian Clinical Legal Education and the International Journal for Clinical Legal Education on July 12.
(July 15) As a former corporate commercial lawyer, legal recruiter, and now owner of his own business, Milton Kiang (LLB'93) is a prime example of the unexpected opportunities that a law degree can offer.
(July 6) Keith Darvell and Anoop Desai first met at UCalgary Law in 1998 when they joined forces in their study group. Over a decade later, the two have reunited at Electronic Arts with fulfilling careers that put their experience in private practice to good use.