Schulich School of Law Dalhousie University graduates and faculty got together at Thomson Reuters’ Bay Street Toronto office on Nov. 22.
Next year Dalhousie will celebrate its 200th year in existence. Law school dean and chairwoman of the Council of Canadian Law Deans, Camille Cameron, took to the podium to give the Dalhousie community an update on their alma mater, including building renovations, faculty retirements and that the Indigenous Blacks and Mi’kmaq initiative, launched in 1989, will graduate its 200th student in Dal’s 200th year.
Dalhousie’s is still a tough law program to get into, Cameron said. The attendees are of an exclusive group, as Cameron said they chose their current 170-student population from 1,400 applications.