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Justice Building to be new home of UNB law

“The renewal of the Justice Building is a win-win for everyone,” said Premier Blaine Higgs. “We found a new purpose for the [building] while giving UNB an incredible space for the next generation of New Brunswick leaders.”

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Hannah Cameron receives 2023 Chief Justice Richard Wagner Award

UNB Law is proud to announce that Hannah Cameron (JD’ 23) has been selected as a recipient of the fourth annual Chief Justice Richard Wagner Award. Established in 2019, the award honours outstanding PBSC volunteers across Canada who embody the organization’s core values of dignity, equity, and humility.

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Mark Browne to clerk at the SCC

Third-year student Mark Browne has been selected to clerk for The Hon. Justice Suzanne Côté at the Supreme Court of Canada. Read about Mark and all of our 2022/23 clerkship recipients...

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Dr. Argyri Panezi to examine legal innovation in New Brunswick and beyond

The New Brunswick legal community has a lot to be excited about as UNB Law welcomes Dr. Argyri Panezi, the Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Digital Information Law and Policy.

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Mark Coombs, co-founder of Sleepout, is helping North Americans get better sleep

From a Kickstarter campaign that saw 2,000 customers in just over a month to Dragons’ Den and Good Morning America, the last two years have been an absolute rollercoaster ride for entrepreneur Mark Coombs (JD ’15).

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The spring and summer issue of Nexus is here

Dr. Argyri Panezi, our new Canada Research Chair in Digital Information Law and Policy; Brenda Goddard’s (LLB ’93) incredible career with the UNHCR; Mark Coombs (JD '15), CEO and co-founder of Sleepout; Mark Browne’s Supreme Court of Canada clerkship; writer Emily Hepditch; an introduction to the BLSA; research profiles on Professors John Kleefeld and Jane Thomson and more.

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