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  • Queen's Law students

    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…

  • Associate Dean Erik Knutsen

    Erik Knutsen, newly appointed Associate Dean (Academic), aims to provide more “opportunities for our world-class scholars to interact with Queen’s Law students in innovative, relevant and exciting ways.” Read about his plans to make the Queen’s Law experience even better. 

  • Herstmonceux Castle in England

    Experience a unique international law program, taught at the Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceux Castle in England. Learn more about our spring-term International Law Programs.

  • Supporting Excellence 2017

    The November 2017 edition of our stewardship magazine, Supporting Excellence, provides an in-depth look at how alumni support is an ongoing and powerful force for change at Queen's Law. Read about the new Sigurdson Professorship, Clinic support, a new Indigenous student support program, and much more here.

  • Convocation of Law'17

    Our graduates benefit from a career development office with among the best placement rates of any Canadian law school, equipping our graduates to excel in any number of legal disciplines. 

  • Students and clients at the Queen's Law Clinics

    The Queen’s Law Clinics, a co-located group of five public-facing clinics in downtown Kingston, are now receiving applications from Queen’s Law students for course enrollment for 2018-19 and 2018 summer employment. Students can learn more on how to apply here.

  • David Allgood and Bill Flanagan

    Queen's Law has two named Professorships in corporate law: the Allgood Professorship in Business Law, named for David Allgood (pictured here with Dean Flanagan) and the Sigurdson Professorship in Corporate Law and Finance, established in 2017.

  • SCC Justice David Cromwell, Law'76

    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.

  • Learning Commons, Queen's Law

    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.

  • Certificate in Law -- www.takelaw.ca

    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. 

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