Cross-college project offers students fresh insights

Participating in simulated malpractice lawsuits has given students from the College of Law and the College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) a new, interdisciplinary learning opportunity.

Committed to helping others

As a pageant queen and lawyer-in-training, Siera Bearchell is using her voice to advocate for those who are not always heard.

College of Law announces refugee scholarship

The college will fully fund the tuition, student fees and textbooks of one Juris Doctor (JD) student, who has claimed or is claiming refugee status in Canada, for the duration of their three-year law degree.

The mighty Hughes returns

The College of Law welcomed alumnus, former Sask. judge and BC conflict-of-interest commissioner Ted Hughes (LLB '50) and his family at a book launch in his honour on Oct. 12.

Ceremony welcomes new students

The College of Law's First Year Welcoming Ceremony, which took place on Sept. 19, is an annual ritual which marks the beginning of the students’ journey into legal studies.

College of Law launches Nunavut Law Program

The program, which brings a law degree to the territory for the first time in over a decade, officially welcomed 25 new students at a special ceremony in Iqaluit on Sept. 11.

Law alumni profiled in U of S Nation Builder list

Individuals from Saskatchewan have played a disproportionately large role on the national stage and beyond in championing human rights and social justice, with their contributions helping to build a nation.