Robert Garmaise, Chief Innovation Officer with Fasken and Professor Samuel Dahan, Director of the Conflict Analytics Lab at Queen’s are pleased to announce a partnership that will ensure the firm is ahead of technological trends affecting legal services.

Fasken-Queen’s joint venture to enhance legal professional development

Fasken and the Conflict Analytics Lab at Queen’s have partnered to ensure the firm is ahead of technological trends affecting legal services.
Lena MacNicholas, Law’21, works part-time from her home office as a student member of the virtual Family Justice Clinic, where family law practitioners supervise students in delivering services to low-income self-represented litigants.

Law’21 student helps Ontarians access family justice during COVID

Lena MacNicholas, Law’21, is gaining valuable legal skills as student member of the virtual Family Justice Clinic, where family law practitioners supervise students in delivering services to low-income self-represented litigants.

Perspectives on Canada’s Charter: Unpacking the ‘override provision’

In recognition of Law Day, a national event held every April to celebrate the historic signing of Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Professor Grégoire Webber reflects on the enduring legacy and contemporary significance of the Charter through a brief examination of one of its most contested articles, “the notwithstanding clause.”

Especially after COVID-19, Canadians need better financial literacy and teachers can help

Associate Dean Gail Henderson and Queen's Education professor Pamela Beach find that how quickly people recover financially from the COVID-19 crisis, or lose the gains they made, may depend on their level of financial literacy. Teaching the subject to kids requires offering teachers professional development to ensure they're equipped.