David Sharpe, Law'95, Chair of the Queen's Law Dean's Council, has been named an Outstanding Philanthropist by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, the main sponsor of National Philanthropy Day. The award honours those with a proven record of exceptional generosity who, through direct financial support, demonstrate outstanding civic and charitable responsibility and whose altruism encourages others to take philanthropic leadership roles on a community, national and/or international level.

Mohawk benefactor recognized nationally for further Indigenizing Queen’s

David Sharpe, Law'95, Chair of the Queen's Law Dean's Council, has been named an Outstanding Philanthropist by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, the main sponsor of National Philanthropy Day.
Shailaja Nadarajah, Law’21, and Rono Khan, Law’20, are 2020 winners of South Asian Bar Association student awards for connecting South Asian and other students and advancing their interests.

South Asian students saluted for promoting diversity and inclusion

Shailaja Nadarajah, Law’21, and Rono Khan, Law’20, are 2020 winners of South Asian Bar Association student awards for connecting South Asian and other students and advancing their interests.
Lachlan Caunt, an award-winning teacher and a recent visiting researcher at Oxford who works on innovative projects, is teaching students and collaborating with faculty at Queen’s this year as the Tim Bates Postdoctoral Fellow in Insurance Law.

Bates Fellow connects insurance, negligence, and AI

Lachlan Caunt, an award-winning teacher and a recent visiting researcher at Oxford who works on innovative projects, is teaching students and collaborating with faculty at Queen’s this year as the Tim Bates Postdoctoral Fellow in Insurance Law.
Working with the Conflict Analytics Lab and harnessing the knowledge of Queen’s Law and Smith students, BLG will have new conflict resolution products for its clients.

Canada’s largest law firm forms innovative partnership with Queen’s

Working with the Conflict Analytics Lab and harnessing the knowledge of Queen’s Law and Smith students, Borden Ladner Gervais will have new conflict resolution products for its clients.
Dakota Bundy, Law’22, meets via Zoom with Career Development Coordinator Sara Ali to discuss plans for talk about the upcoming legacy project panel that focuses on diversity and inclusion.

Job searching and relationship building in a virtual world

Our Career Development Office holds all student counselling sessions, programs, and events remotely to facilitate students' career exploration - and 96.5% of students seeking articles have been placed.
Rob Frater, Law’84, Chief General Counsel with the Department of Justice Canada (shown in 2015 with his Queen’s Law Cromwell Award), is the 2020 winner of The Advocates’ Society’s Catzman Award for Professionalism and Civility.

Federal government’s top lawyer, a Law’84 grad, saluted for professionalism and civility

Rob Frater, Law’84, who has been front-and-centre in many high-profile cases, is lead counsel in the Meng Wanzhou extradition proceedings underway in Vancouver.