At two virtual town halls via the Zoom meeting platform, Dean Mark Walters, Associate Dean Art Cockfield and Assistant Dean Phillip Drew explain the school's pandemic planning decisions and address student concerns about class work, exams, grades and deadlines.
Professor Bev Baines welcomed three LLM alumni and a PhD grad to her class this term to discuss their specialized research on LGBT+ rights, race and sex discrimination, and medical assistance in dying.
The Queen's Law Journal, a leading refereed scholarly publication produced by a student editorial board, has published
a more robust and reader-friendly edition of its style guide for law students, journal editors, academics and practitioners in Canada.
Across Canada and around the globe, alumni are leading the way in using the latest technology to deliver sage and timely advice to clients, many of whose needs for critical legal services are a direct result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Bell Canada, the NFL and Canadian-born children of Russian spies formed a trilogy of appeals for which the Supreme Court formulated a new framework that will apply whenever the substance of an administrative decision is challenged in court. Our experts dissect the trilogy.
As Queen’s University and other institutions follow best practices to contain COVID-19 and safeguard public health, Queen’s Law has moved to deliver the last three weeks of its JD and graduate classes remotely.
This FAQ provides specific details for the Faculty of Law following the University’s update on COVID-19 on March 13. Please refer to the Queen’s University COVID-19 information site for details on the University’s management of this issue.