Legal education

University of Victoria names Marion Buller, former Indigenous judge, as chancellor

University of Victoria names Marion Buller, former Indigenous judge, as chancellor

Buller has headed National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

In-house lawyer Tessa Roy-Hébert enhances her business leadership skills while on maternity leave

In-house lawyer Tessa Roy-Hébert enhances her business leadership skills while on maternity leave

CCCA program gives opportunities for career advancement

Ontario law schools and Mitacs partner to provide Intellectual property strategy internships

Ontario law schools and Mitacs partner to provide Intellectual property strategy internships

Under the guidance of a professor, law students develop an intellectual property strategy for SMEs

Canadian Civil Liberties Association's roadshow to visit six provinces

Canadian Civil Liberties Association's roadshow to visit six provinces

Group to teach students about their rights, help them develop critical-thinking skills

New estate gift to provide Allard Law students with $26,000 per year

New estate gift to provide Allard Law students with $26,000 per year

Endowment is named in honour of Bisham “Bishop” Karn Dharney, deceased Vancouver-based lawyer

Cheryl Simon, Suzie Dunn, Karinne Lantz join as faculty members of Schulich Law

Cheryl Simon, Suzie Dunn, Karinne Lantz join as faculty members of Schulich Law

New faculty members will teach courses about property, Aboriginal law, law and technology, torts