The future of cities meets the future of law in Valerie Eisen, a MBA'14/Law'15 graduate and Fasken associate working with Sidewalk Labs to redefine our urban environment.

JD/MBA graduate helps Sidewalk Labs break new legal ground – and define our urban future

The future of cities meets the future of law in Valerie Eisen, a MBA'14/Law'15 graduate and Fasken associate working with Sidewalk Labs to redefine our urban environment.

Benefit or barrier?

PhD student Birhan Suadik, a professor at the University of Gondar in Ethiopia, is aiming to influence his home government’s policy and law reform with his research, supported by the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program and three research fellowships.
Will Kymlicka, Canada Research Chair in Philosophy, is a Professor of Philosophy cross-appointed to Law at Queen’s University. The SSHRC Gold Medal recognizes his interdisciplinary research on multiculturalism and minority rights.

Inspiring future generations

Professor Will Kymlicka, Queen’s University philosopher cross-appointed to Law, has earned a top Canadian honour for the social sciences.
Gabrielle Rekai, Law’21 (middle) with fellow interns and an Al Otro Lado staff member in Tijuana, where they helped migrants learn their legal rights, how the law applies to their individual cases, and what to expect throughout the process of seeking asylum in the U.S.

Summer intern taught asylum seekers how to self-advocate

Gabrielle Rekai, Law’21 (middle) interned with the Al Otro Lado border-rights workshop in Tijuana, where she helped migrants learn their legal rights, how the law applies to their individual cases, and what to expect throughout the process of seeking asylum in the U.S.
Professor Lisa Kerr’s SSHRC-funded project, “Sentencing Racialized Defendants: Collective Experience and the Promise of a Fit Sanction,” will allow her to critically examine how the Gladue jurisprudence for Indigenous offenders is helping to frame the legal principles and evidentiary approaches for sentencing other racialized defendants. (Photo by Greg Black)

Our obligations at sentencing

Professor Lisa Kerr receives a SSHRC grant to study fit sentencing for racialized defendants.
In the first "Together We Are" blog of the year, Lauren Winkler, a Kanien’keha:ka student at Queen’s Law, talks about her journey relearning to love herself in the different roles of her life: daughter, sister, niece, grandchild, and friend.

Learning, unlearning and relearning

When Lauren Winkler, Law'20, thinks of university, or post-secondary education, or life for that matter, one word comes to her mind: opportunity.