With a strong tradition of community engagement and collegiality underpinning the pursuit of academic excellence, we attract a talented and diverse student population from across Canada every year. Read about joining our JD program…
Alumni, like this group who celebrated milestone anniversaries at Homecoming 2016 with Dean Flanagan (far left), are a vital part of our school. Their support helps us fund vital Queen’s Law initiatives.
The June 2016 edition of our alumni magazine, Queen's Law Reports, features alumni memories of our past 60 years, profiles on world-changing alumni, a round table on the future of classroom education, and much, much, much more! Download it or read online here.
Queen's Law has more clubs than almost any law school in Canada, covering a diverse range of interests and passions – including our Disability & Mental Health Law Club, which partnered with a number of other law school organizations to celebrate National Law School Wellness Day in March 2017.
Thanks to David Allgood, Law’74 (pictured left with Dean Bill Flanagan), alumni, friends and corporate donors, Queen’s Law has taken a major leap forward in solidifying its national role in business law with the Allgood Professorship.
Our alumni can be found everywhere in Canada -- and around the world -- and at every level of government, including the Supreme Court. They also play a rich part in the ongoing life of the school, including regular visits such as the one by retired Supreme Court justice Thomas Cromwell in October of 2016.
Faculty pursue research in a widely diverse range of fields, from legal philosophy to criminal law; Professor Art Cockfield's work with tax law has led him down avenues ranging from international criminal investigations to the analysis of contemporary literature.
The Queen's Law learning commons is a 165-seat, wifi-enabled space for law students to work, study and collaborate in study carrels, lounge areas and breakout rooms for meetings and moot practices.
Our new Undergraduate Certificate in Law courses are now open for undergrad registration: Introduction to Canadian Law, Aboriginal Law, Workplace Law and Corporate Law courses can be taken online and applied toward a Certificate in Law from Queen's.