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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…

  • Professor Mohamed Khimji

    Professor Mohamed Khimji is on a mission to help even more Queen’s Law students “get and be successful in the big business law jobs.” Learn more about the school’s inaugural Allgood Professor in Business Law as he talks about his first two years at Queen’s. 

  • 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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