Faculty of Law

Faculty of Law
Faculty of Law

Upcoming Queen's Law Events

Homecoming 2017

Make your plans to return to Queen’s Law!

Queen's Law will host a special Homecoming Weekend in Kingston on September 8-10, 2017 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the law school. All classes are welcome! 

Join us for a QL@60 weekend of fun activities:

Friday, September 8

7:00 pm: Welcome Back Reception at the Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts, 390 King Street West.

Saturday, September 9

10:00–11:00 am: Check out the new Queen’s Law Clinics in downtown Kingston at the LaSalle Mews, 303 Bagot Street, 5th floor. Meet the clinic directors and speak with student caseworkers.

11:30-1:00 pm: Meet and Greet, Student Guided Tours of Macdonald Hall and Luncheon.

1:00–3:00 pm: Symposium in honour of recently retired Supreme Court Justice Thomas Cromwell, Law'76.

6:00 pm: 60th Anniversary Gala Cocktail Reception and Dinner at Ban Righ.

Register now

For details on events for classes celebrating an anniversary in 2017, contact your Class Reunion Coordinator:

1960-1966 (Tricolour Guard)
Dianne Butler or 1-800-267-7837 ext 78471
1962 (55th Reunion) Weekend of Oct. 13-15, 2017
1967 (50th Reunion)
Doug Belch
John MacLatchy
Don Mitchell
Gord Mylks
Gordon Thompson
1977 (40th Reunion)
1992 (25th Reunion or Cha Cheill! Anniversary)
2002 (15th Reunion)
2007 (10th Reunion)
2012 (5th Reunion)

For details of Law Faculty events contact Dianne Butler or Violeta Andrevska

Queen's University Homecoming

Law grads who also have undergraduate or other degrees from Queen’s may wish to attend Queen’s Homecoming Weekend which will take place in mid-October. Details can be found at Queen's University Homecoming

Queen's Law Alumni Reception in Ottawa

Thursday, September 28, 2017 (5:30 – 7:00pm)
Dentons Canada LLP
(Parliamentary Boardroom)
99 Bank Street, Suite 1420

Registration Information:  Reception is hosted and sponsored by Dentons Canada LLP.  Please rsvp to Viki Andrevska by September 21 or telephone 1.800.267.7837 ext 78149.

Please note that a photographer or videographer may be present to record these events. Photos or videos of this event may be used in print or on the Web at the sole discretion of the Queen's University Faculty of Law. Please inform our photographer/videographer if you prefer not to be photographed or recorded.