Post Archive

November 2016

Courtesy of Bay Street Intelligence.

Today, a panel of Meaghan Obee Tower, partner at Stikeman Elliot, and Libby Nixon, a Queen’s grad articling at Stikeman Elliot, came to speak to the Women and Law Club about the difficulties of implicit bias present in the legal profession, and the ways in which firms can take steps
University Avenue, Queen's University - Credit: Alyssa Leblanc

Queen’s University made national headlines last week, and not in the way that it would have preferred.   After comedienne Celeste Yim tweeted photos from her Twitter account – since deleted – of undergraduate students dressed up as stereotypical depictions of Viet Cong guerrillas, Arab Sheikhs, Buddhist monks and Sombrero-wearing,
Courtesy of the Vancouver Observer.

A Real Change?   Ever since running and winning the 2015 election on a campaign promising “Real Change”, the Liberal Party has been playing a political switch-up of turtle and hare: real policy changes that understandably take time to form now seem to have only ever been rash wagers to
Edmonton Journal

Compromise may be the best way to peacefully progress, but now is a time for action
Illustration by Eunji Yi

A reflection on leaving a gap between undergraduate studies and Law school
Courtesy of Craft Beer & Wine

This was the first event held by the new Beyond a Reasonable Stout Club
Courtesy of Agnes Etherington Art Gallery

The 1L Council takes us on a whimsical journey through the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Photo credit: Andrew Van Overbeke.

The Maven of the Supreme Court enthrals a packed house at Queen’s Law.
Photo by Alyssa LeBlanc, Juris Diction

Should Law school be more practical or should we preserve Academia?