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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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NEXUS: Spring 2020 edition

Read about Hilary Young’s $70,000 SSHRC grant, Mike Marin’s work on the new strategic plan, UNB Law’s participation in Peter Sankoff’s 100 Interns program, our mooting success and much more in the spring 2020 edition.

What's happening in the Faculty of Law

News & events from around the faculty

Our new professors

UNB Law is continuing to renew its full-time faculty complement, welcoming three new full-time faculty members: Benjamin Perryman, who joined UNB this past January, Jason MacLean, who joins UNB in July 2020, and Sarah-jane Nussbaum, who starts in July 2021.

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Kerri Froc recognized for excellence in the classroom

Professor Kerri Froc has received the 2019-2020 UNB Law Teaching Excellence Award. This designation was based on her deep engagement with participatory learning, her consistent effort at trying new pedagogical approaches and soliciting feedback on how they work, and the strong endorsements she received from students across all three years of the JD program.

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100 Interns program offers practical experience during uncertain times

Peter Sankoff’s 100 Interns program is providing some relief for students through a series of paid internships in constitutional, criminal or animal law.

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Mike Marin named acting dean

We are pleased to announce that Michael Marin has been named acting dean of UNB Law. Mike succeeds John Kleefeld, who has served as dean since 2017, and who will continue as a faculty member.

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First-year moot gives 1L’s an introduction to the courtroom

The first-year mooting program is a key component of UNB Law’s foundational Legal Research and Advocacy course. For many students, this is their first taste of the courtroom.

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