Black undergraduate students learned all about prepping to apply to law school and more from members of the Black Law Students’ Association - Queen’s Chapter at a pre-law information session co-organized with the Queen’s Black Academic Society on October 10. (Photo by Zoe Walwyn)

Queen’s Black law students extend outreach through new partnerships

The Black Law Students’ Association - Queen’s Chapter has teamed up with two key campus groups – one for undergraduates and the other for alumni – to better support Black students at Queen’s Law.
Law Society of Ontario bencher Peter Wardle, Law’84, spoke with Queen’s Law students on October 1 about the important question, “Should We Get Rid of Articling?”

Queen’s to advise law society on the future of articling in Ontario

Queen’s Law will play an important role in making recommendations to the Law Society of Ontario as it seeks input on the future of its Lawyer Licensing Program.
The World Trade Organization has tasked Valerie Hughes to resolve a trade dispute between the United Arab Emirates and Qatar. The renowned international law expert has advice for internationally bound students at Queen’s Law.

Queen’s Law instructor to play pivotal role in resolving high-profile international dispute

The World Trade Organization has tasked Valerie Hughes to resolve a trade dispute between the United Arab Emirates and Qatar. The renowned international law expert has advice for internationally bound students at Queen’s Law.