Legal education

Phillip Drew named assistant dean at Queen's Law

Phillip Drew named assistant dean at Queen's Law

Drew has a three-decade career with the Canadian Armed Forces

Queen’s Law partners with McGill to combat access-to-justice issues using AI and analytics

Queen’s Law partners with McGill to combat access-to-justice issues using AI and analytics

Apps being developed include a severance calculator and a customer dispute resolution tool

Advocacy centre at U of T law school plans constitutional challenge to lower minimum voting age

Advocacy centre at U of T law school plans constitutional challenge to lower minimum voting age

Statistics suggest that lowering voting age could boost civic interest among youth

Indigenous student is one of the youngest panel speakers to be featured at prestigious conference

Indigenous student is one of the youngest panel speakers to be featured at prestigious conference

Rachel Hay is a student at Queen’s Law and a resident of Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

U of T law professors auction bike tour, tarot card reading to raise funds for Indigenous initiative

U of T law professors auction bike tour, tarot card reading to raise funds for Indigenous initiative

The auction offers “promises” such as a self-defence seminar or cake-decorating tutorial

Lawyers from abroad get local mentorship through Intact program

Lawyers from abroad get local mentorship through Intact program

The mentorship program helps skilled immigrants and refugees restart their careers in Canada