Posts Tagged: Law

Medical and law students at Western University explore Indigenous health through education

October 2, 2017

As a direct response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, a learning session for Western’s Medicine and Law students, is taking place to focus on the factors…

WADA taps Richard McLaren to head Sochi Olympics investigation team

May 20, 2016

World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) President Sir Craig Reedie has appointed Western University’s Richard H. McLaren as the independent person heading an investigation team tasked with probing doping allegations related to…

Western law professor Richard McLaren to report on Investigation of Russian IAAF doping scandal Nov. 9 in Geneva

November 6, 2015

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)’s Independent Commission (IC) will release its report regarding its ongoing investigations of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) All Russian Athletics Federation officials and allegations…

Western students receive high marks at The Undergraduate Awards

September 23, 2015

Emma Rose Bonanno and 26 Western University colleagues were named among the international winners of The Undergraduate Awards, a worldwide competition recognizing top undergraduate work. In total, Western boasted 30…

Western University welcomes new chancellor at 306th convocation

September 10, 2015

Western University’s 306th convocation features the installation of Jack Cowin as the new chancellor, as well as honorary degrees being bestowed upon three extraordinary individuals. The ceremonies are scheduled for…

Western Law to host unique aboriginal moot

February 27, 2013

Students from 17 law schools across Canada will celebrate Indigenous legal traditions, laws and customs at the 2013 Kawaskimhon Talking Circle Moot hosted by the Faculty of Law at Western University on March 1-3.

Western experts available to speak about First Nations issues

January 25, 2013

Western University has experts from a wide range of academic disciplines including First Nations Studies, History, Law and Sociology available for interviews.

Canadian diplomat to discuss new Windsor-Detroit bridge at Western Law

January 21, 2013

Roy Norton, Consul General for Canada at Detroit, will discuss his role in championing a new international border bridge between Ontario and Michigan at a public talk.