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Dennis Edney - The Rule of Law in the Age of Fear

Join us on Oct. 26th for the Viscount Bennett Memorial Lecture. The 2017 Viscount Bennett Memorial Lecture will be given by Dennis Edney QC, the lawyer for former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr.

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Law 125 - Legal Education in Canada: Past, Present and Future

UNB Law 125 presents "Legal Education in Canada: Past, Present and Future." Speakers for the event include Wes Pue, Gemma Smyth and Peter Sankoff. The event will take place in the Mary Louise Lynch Room, Ludlow Hall

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William Henry Harrison Moot

On Wednesday, November 8 at 6 pm in Room 2, the top 4 oral advocates from first-year will duke it out in the William Henry Harrison Moot “final”. The competition is held to commemorate the distinguished legal and military career of William Henry Harrison, former UNB Law Dean and New Brunswick Supreme Court justice.

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Canada and International Human Rights Law at 150: A Journey in Three Parts

Professor Anne Warner La Forest will give a lecture entitled “Canada and International Human Rights Law at 150: A Journey in Three Parts” at the 2017 Chief Justice Thane A. Campbell Lecture in Charlottetown on Friday 20 October 2017 at 1:30 pm. The lecture is co-sponsored by the University of Prince Edward Island and the Law Foundation of Prince Edward Island.

2017 Chief Justice Thane A. Campbell Lecture

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