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UNB congratulates Law moot participants

Law students from University of New Brunswick took part in three highly competitive moot law competitions last weekend.

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What's happening in the Faculty of Law

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Aldéa Landry receives Greenblatt Shore Award

Landry was ranked among the Top 100: Canada’s Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network (2009, 2010). She has long been a proponent of expanding the role of women in leadership positions and values her ability to mentor, coach, and sponsor young women.

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Becky Noble visits Rwanda through SHOUT Canada

Becky Noble was selected as one of ten Canadians to visit the Central-East African nation as a member of the 2019 SHOUT Canada cohort.

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Professor Norman Siebrasse Releases New Book

The book represents over two years of collaboration among twenty legal scholars and presents an international consensus on the use of patent remedies for products such as smartphones and computer networks.

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Students shine at 57th Harrison moot

In mid-September, second-year students Chantalle Briggs, Nicole Pelletier, Navy Vezina, and Jake Humphrey competed in the 57th Hon. William Henry Harrison Moot Court Competition.

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