Innovation and impact are the foundation and the future of the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Law. The school is poised to become a national leader in legal research and innovation in legal education.
The University of Calgary seeks to both guide and empower our future legal professionals by providing an exceptional student experience via access to brilliant legal minds, unique resources and innovative teaching and learning models.
Over the past number of years, the Faculty of Law has made exceptional and ambitious strides in contemporary legal education, underpinned by the success of the Calgary Curriculum and the establishment of partnerships that foster experiential and transformative opportunities for our students. The International Energy Lawyers Program, for instance, as well as several new academic and community-service initiatives such as the Public Interest Law Clinic, engage students in dynamic, meaningful learning that ultimately benefits entire communities. Physical enhancements to our teaching and learning environment have provided an additional margin of excellence to meet student and faculty needs.
Many of these elevated programs, partnerships and physical spaces were made possible through community and philanthropic support. Alumni, foundations, firms, corporate partners and friends have placed a high value on supporting the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Law. Collaboration and generosity have set the stage for the next five years as we follow the ambition set out in our strategic vision, Energy - Innovation - Impact.
Now is the time to advance our collective agenda, and capitalize on opportunities that benefit our students and society. Together, we can leverage 40 years of strong, prescient leadership and social commitment.
Join us. When you combine your energy with ours, anything is possible.
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The Faculty of Law has been the grateful recipient of more than $9.6 million toward our $20-million Energize campaign goal. We will continue to spark meaningful change by unleashing student experiences, energizing innovative research that benefits society and strengthening ties with our communities. Moving forward, we will:
For more information, contact:
Kimberly E. Arseneau-Greenlaw
Director of Development, Faculty of Law