In Memoriam - Rosemary Ofei-Aboagye King

Queen’s Law is celebrating the memory of one of its most cherished and beloved members, a pioneer of education equity, a scholar of gender equality, and a great builder of the Queen’s law school community, Rosemary Ofei-Aboagye King. Rosemary passed away on July 6, 2021 at the age of 57. A virtual memorial service and celebration of life is taking place at 11:00 a.m. ET on July 21, 2021.
Wendy Whitecloud, Law’84 received this year’s Justice Thomas Cromwell Distinguished Public Service Award.

Indigenous justice advocate wins Cromwell Award

Throughout her career, as a university law teacher, an academic support director, and a provincial commissioner, Wendy Whitecloud has helped promote justice for Indigenous people. For her sustained and outstanding work, she received this year’s Justice Thomas Cromwell Distinguished Public Service Award.
Professor Alyssa King has received a research grant to examine the phenomenon of foreign judges, the motivations of the countries hiring them, and the effects these judges have on the judiciary and norms of judicial independence.

King explores ‘travelling’ judges in transnational commercial litigation

Professor Alyssa King has received a research grant to examine the phenomenon of foreign judges, the motivations of the countries hiring them, and the effects these judges have on the judiciary and norms of judicial independence.
Jock Climie, Law’94 (Artsci’89), who successfully combined law and football for 30 years, is this year’s winner of the J.A. (Alec) Corry Distinguished Alumni Award for excelling in a career outside the traditional practice of law.

Former football Gael and CFL All-Star wins Corry Award

Jock Climie, Law’94, who successfully combined law and football for 30 years, is this year’s winner of the J.A. (Alec) Corry Distinguished Alumni Award for excelling in a career outside the traditional practice of law.