Salman Sufi, “Combatting Violence Against Women in Pakistan”

Violence against women is a serious problem throughout Pakistan, the third most dangerous country for women in the world. Up to 85% of women have experienced some form of domestic violence. Daily, 6 women are murdered or face attempted murder, 8 raped, 11 battered and assaulted, and 32 abducted. However, the conviction rate for violence…

Redefining the Federal Environmental Assessment Process | Meinhard Doelle

Applied Scholarship with Professor Meinhard Doelle: “Redefining the Federal Environmental Assessment Process” Professor Doelle is interested in environmental law, energy law, and climate change. Follow Meinhard on Twitter @MDoelle. Read his published work here:

Secrecy in Pharmaceutical Research | Matthew Herder

Applied Scholarship with Professor Matthew Herder: “Secrecy in Pharmaceutical Research” Professor Herder is the Director of the Schulich School of Law’s Health Law Institute and teaches primarily in Dalhousie’s Faculty of Medicine. He specializes in biomedical innovation policy, intellectual property law, and practices connected to the commercialization of scientific research. Follow Matthew on Twitter @cmrherder….

Medical Assistance in Dying | Jocelyn Downie

Applied Scholarship with Professor Jocelyn Downie: “Medical Assistance in Dying” Professor Downie is a Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Fellow at the Schulich School of Law and a University Research Professor in the Faculties of Law and Medicine at Dalhousie University. Her work focuses on health care ethics, law, and policy, with particular interest in end-of-life…

2017 Promise Institute Gift Announcement

Dean Jennifer L. Mnookin, Professor Asli Bali and Dr. Eric Esrailian, producer of “The Promise,” announce a $20 million gift to launch The Promise Institute for Human Rights at UCLA School of Law.

Thank you to The Advocates’ Society

On behalf of the Schulich School of Law, Camille Cameron, Dean of Law, and Heather McNeill, QC, Acting Director of the Indigenous Blacks & Mi’kmaq Initiative, would like to take this opportunity to thank The Advocates’ Society for supporting Indigenous legal education and scholarship in Canada.