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Established in 1892, UNB Law has developed a reputation as an outstanding Canadian law school. This reputation is rooted in our determination to treat our students as individuals and to offer a broad legal education through our core curriculum.

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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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Writing The Rock: A conversation with Emily Hepditch

Second-year student Emily Hepditch has already made a name for herself as a talented author. She released her first children’s book, Sweater, during her first year of law school, and in 2020, released her debut novel, The Woman in the Attic.

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Introducing the Black Law Students Association

The Black Law Students Association (BLSA) plays a vital role in creating a supportive and inclusive environment at UNB Law. Through their programming and events, the BLSA provides a platform for students to connect with each other, share experiences and resources, and advocate...

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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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