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Milestone achievements and fond memories shared at ‘Celebrate Queen’s Law’

(June 1, 2018)

Alumni, faculty, staff and students gathered for the school’s annual Toronto event, where they enjoyed good company, applauded the stellar results of a major fundraising campaign, met a new key figure in the business law program, cheered on an outstanding young alumnus, and reflected on the career of a criminal law giant.

Queen’s Law Career Development Office key to grads’ early career success

(February 5, 2018)

To help Queen’s Law students navigate the job search process and achieve their individual goals, the school’s Law Career Development Office has been offering a tailored Career Management Plan (CMP) program for several years. Some of the first beneficiaries of the CMP share how the program helped them. 

Law’20 student and fellow U SPORTS All-Stars sweep Canadian Juniors

(December 20, 2017)

Spencer Abraham, Law’20, pulled double-duty last week, splitting his time between studying for first-year exams and lacing up against Canada’s World Junior prospects. Selected to the U SPORTS All-Star team for the third consecutive year, the captain and top defenceman of the Gaels men’s hockey team helped clinch historic wins as Hockey Canada pared down its roster for the 2018 IIHF World Junior Championship.

Two Queen’s Law alumnae among Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women

(December 8, 2017)

Samantha Horn, Law’91, and Claire Kennedy, Law’94, are known not only as leading lawyers in their respective areas of practice but also as two of the strongest female leaders in the country. They have been named to the Top 100 list of Canada’s Most Powerful Women for 2017 by the Women’s Executive Network. 

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