QLA Outreach Co-ordinator Eli White, Law’21, listens attentively to a new client on his phone at home, so he can gauge the scale of the client’s legal problem and the emotional impact it is having upon the individual.

Clinic summer students find opportunities despite COVID’s challenges

With the doors closed to the Queen’s Law Clinics in downtown Kingston, this summer’s student caseworkers have been learning and doing their work remotely – and admirably – as they serve some of the most vulnerable members of the community.
Beth Burnstein, Law’20, a “trailblazer,” and Cheryl Foy, Law’93, a general counsel and a national women’s organization founder, have been recognized for their outstanding leadership by the Women’s Law Association of Ontario.

Women in law leaders mentor their successors

Beth Burnstein, Law’20, a “trailblazer,” and Cheryl Foy, Law’93, a general counsel and a national women’s organization founder, have been recognized for their outstanding leadership by the Women’s Law Association of Ontario.
Bittu George, Law’98, wants to make sure that the benefits he received as a student continue to be available for present and future students and he is going to keep working to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion at Queen's.

Law’98 grad elected to University Council

Bittu George, Law’98, wants to make sure that the benefits he received as a student continue to be available for present and future students and he is going to keep working to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion at Queen's.