Foreign Policy has released their 2013 list of leading global thinkers and alumna Sylvia McAdam has made the list for her efforts in starting the Idle No More movement...read more.
The Women's Executive Network has named Nancy Hopkins, QC, as one of Canada's most powerful women...read more.
Doug Moen, QC, was the recipient of the 2013 John Tait Award of Excellence, an award to honour, recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of public sector lawyers in Canada...read more.
Stephanie Yang (LLB'07) is the winner of the Canadian Bar Association's (CBA) 2013 Young Lawyers Pro Bono Award for outstanding legal services benefiting the community...read more.
Joseph Dierker (LLB'60) was awarded the Credit Union Central of Canada Hall of Fame Award...read more.
Tom Molloy (LLB'64) reflects on the 20th anniversary of both the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement and the Nunavut Act...read more.
Kaitlyn Harvey (JD '13) talks to the StarPhoenix about her journey through law school as a single mother...read more.
Leena Khawaja (JD '12) writes about her search for articles in Toronto after graduating from the U of S...read more.
College of Law alumna, Sylvia McAdam, was recognized as one of four First Nations women from Saskatoon for her role in starting the Idle No More movement...read more.
Amanda Dodge (LLB '03) is featured in the December 2012 issue of CBA National Magazine...read more.
College of Law alumni Garrett Wilson, QC (BA’53, LLB’54) and Robert (Bob) McKercher, QC (BA’50, LLB’52) were both selected as recipients of the 2012 Alumni Achievement Award...read more.
College of Law alumnus and chancellor emeritus, Tom Molloy (LLB '64), has been named as a recipient of the province's highest honour...Read more.
College of Law alumna, Catherine Bell, has been named the recipient of the Canadian Bar Association’s (CBA) 2012 Ramon John Hnatyshyn Award for Law for outstanding contributions to legal scholarship in Canada...more
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Congratulations to Alison Redford (LLB ’88), leader of the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party, who became Alberta’s first elected female premier following the April 23 Alberta provincial election...more
Amanda Dodge (LLB ’03), a supervising lawyer at CLASSIC, becomes the first recipient of the Canadian Bar Association’s “Legal Aid Leader Award”… more
College of Law graduates from the Class of '81 gathered in Saskatoon and at the college to reconnect and reminisce at their 30-year reunion in Saskatoon, Sept. 9-10, 2011... more
Tim Gitzel (JD'90) became the Chief Executive Officer of Cameco on July 1, 2011. Gitzel worked for many years for the French firm, AREVA, before joining Cameco in January 2007 as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. He became Cameco's president in May 2010... more
Canada’s Ambassador to Vietnam, Deborah Chatsis (LLB ’86), shares her thoughts about her current role and her career path in Canada’s foreign service... more