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UNB Law grad to clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada for a second consecutive year

Third-year UNB Law student Erik Arsenault has been selected to clerk for The Hon. Justice Andromache Karakatsanis at the Supreme Court of Canada.

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What's happening in the Faculty of Law

News & events from around the faculty

Norman Siebrasse cited by the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal

Professor Norman Siebrasse was recently cited in several judicial decisions at both the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal. In Apotex Inc v Janssen Inc 2021 FCA 45 the Federal Court of Appeal cited Professor Siebrasse’s work on the utility requirement in patent law.

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UNB Law students win big at McKelvey Cup

Congratulations to team UNB Law who took home 6 of 8 awards at the 20th annual McKelvey Cup Moot. The McKelvey Cup is a trial-level moot which sees mooters deliver direct and cross-examinations of witnesses (played by professional actors) as well as an opening or closing statement.

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Prof. Hilary Young contributes to Non-consensual Disclosure of Intimate Images tort adopted by the ULCC

UNB Law Associate Professor Hilary Young and Associate Professor Emily Laidlaw of the University of Calgary have been examining the non-consensual disclosure of intimate images (or “revenge porn”).

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Professor Hilary Young reacts to SCC defamation decisions

On Thursday, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decisions in two companion cases—the first on Ontario's anti-SLAPP legislation, the Protection of Public Participation Act.

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Supreme Court of Canada Justice Thomas Cromwell to Judge 58th Harrison Shield

The 58th edition of UNB Law’s in-house moot will be like no other in the law school’s history.

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