Established in 1912, the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan is the oldest law school in Western Canada, exemplifying a tradition of excellence in teaching, research and innovation.
With a strong history in Indigenous legal education, developing strength in dispute resolution and access to justice, and leading emerging scholars in the fields of constitutional law, health law, criminal law and commercial law, the college also offers a highly-regarded mooting program, joint degree programs and global exchange opportunities.
The McKercher Lecture series at the College of Law
The series kicks off on Monday, Sept. 25 with A conversation with one of the world's leading entertainment lawyers featuring Gowling WLG's Susan Abramovitch.
12 noon, MLT Aikins Lecture Theatre, College of Law.
Free and open to the public.
See the fall lineup of lectures here.
In the press
August 25, 2017, Jason MacLean, Corporate Canada: Start contributing to sustainability through innovation (Globe and Mail)
August 24, 2017, Dwight Newman, Resource Companies Grapple With Supreme Court Decisions on Duty to Consult Indigenous Communities (DeSmog Canada)
August 17, 2017, Jason MacLean, Where did all the data go? Inside the Husky oil spill (National Observer)
August 16, 2017, Heather Heavin and Michaela Keet, Law professors develop risk assessment tool for litigators (The Lawyer's Daily)
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