Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Novel Courses at Canadian Law Schools

The most recent edition of the magazine Canadian Lawyer has an article entitled New Style Law School about some of the innovative courses being offered by Canadian law faculties.

Among the list:
  • Wrongful conviction workshop (University of New Brunswick)
  • Elder law (Queen's University)
  • Ethical lawyering in a global society (Osgoode Hall Law School)
  • Law of the Olympic Games (University of British Columbia)
  • Communications law/class actions (University of Windsor and University of Ottawa)
The article adds:

"The courses noted above are just the tip of the iceberg; there are many other innovative offerings at Canadian law schools that have students and faculty excited about returning to class this fall. Others available for the first time include: animals, culture, and the law that is being offered for the first time at the University of Victoria; law and religion at Dalhousie; anti-terrorism law at the University of Ottawa; law of armed conflict at UBC; racial profiling at the University of Windsor ... and the list goes on."


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posted by Michel-Adrien at 5:53 pm


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