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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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UNB Law students secure high-profile clerkships

The UNB Faculty of Law would like to congratulate thirteen law students who have secured judicial clerkships for 2019 and 2020. These students will spend up to one year working for judges in provincial and federal courthouses across the country.

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Green Party leader Elizabeth May delivers 2019 Viscount Bennett Memorial Lecture

Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada and its first elected Member of Parliament, delivered UNB Law’s Viscount Bennett Memorial Lecture on Feb. 14.

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Norman Siebrasse shares expertise in Seoul

Professor Norman Siebrasse recently traveled to Seoul, South Korea where he delivered the lead paper in a seminar - “The Impact of the FRAND Declaration on Patent Remedies.”

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Faculty members receive honorary title of Queen’s Counsel

Former dean and current professor Anne Warner La Forest and part-time instructor Scott Brittain have been given the esteemed designation of Queen’s Counsel.

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