Queen’s Law Reports 2013
The latest issue of the Faculty’s alumni magazine is available online. Read about how Queen’s Law is building on 40 years of blending academic inquiry with hands-on-learning, and more…
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Arnup Cup winners Ben Snow (left) and Bryan Guertin hold the trophy following their victory. They are joined by (l-r) Alan H. Mark, President of The Advocates' Society and partner at Goodmans LLP; Robert Goddard, academic coach for the team and staff lawyer with the Correctional Law Project; Tony Paciocco, student coach; John M. Buhlman, secretary and treasurer of the Sopinka Cup Society and partner at WeirFoulds LLP; and Joseph Dart, academic coach for the team and lawyer at Viner, Kennedy, Federick, Allan & Tobias LLP.
Bryan Guertin and Ben Snow, both Law ’15, recently beat out teams from five other Ontario law schools to win the province’s trial advocacy competition -- the Arnup Cup.Full Story
Professor Nicholas Bala comments on the legal options available to parents who are unable to care for their children but wish to maintain a close family relationshipFull Story
Professor Art Cockfield comments on government initiatives that allow Canadian corporate taxpayers to pick and choose from international tax havensFull Story
Professor Don Stuart comments on the recent Supreme Court decision R v Babos and the Court's cautious approach to throwing out criminal charges when there has been an abuse of processFull Story