Are you interested in participating in a competitive moot, or a student clerkship with a judge next year? Peut-être vous souhaitez être rédacteur ou rédactrice d'une revue de droit. Maybe a Legal Clinic has piqued your interest, or being a Tutorial Leader or Group Assistant is something you've been considering. À cette séance, nous allons discuter de toutes vos options pour la troisième année.
McGill’s Faculty of Law looks forward to welcoming prospective students and their families as part of the annual McGill Open House. Stop by Faculty of Law to speak with the admissions team and law students, attend an information session (bilingual), and take a tour of our premises here at Chancellor Day Hall.
Do you manage stress or is stress managing you? This workshop will cover strategies for managing academic anxiety leading a well-balanced school life. It will also answer your questions about the McGill Law grading scheme.
Professor Johanne Poirier and the CDO will discuss the application procedure for clerkships at the Supreme Court of Canada for 2019-2020. A recent law clerk will be present to discuss his experience at the Court.
As you may have heard, the SCC intends to partially revise its clerk selection process, and so the upcoming round will be a transition year. The new criteria should be public before our information session.
The McGill Law Journal is currently finalizing a podcast on SCC clerkships: hopefully you can all listen to it before our discussion.
Êtes-vous intéressés à étudier le droit dans un système académique autre que celui de McGill ou dans un contexte juridique autre que le nôtre ? Vous aimeriez en savoir plus sur nos partenaires, le processus de demande d’admission ainsi que les avantages personnels et académiques d’un échange, joignez-vous à nous lundi le 6 novembre, de 13h00 à 14h30 dans la Salle du Tribunal-École Maxwell-Cohen (salle 100).
As a follow-up to the Outgoing Exchange Info Session, students currently at McGill on exchange will speak about their home institutions to give you an idea of what an exchange at their home university would be like.
We'll cover exam codes and schedules, the deferral policy, and tips for studying and staying healthy throughout the exam session. The SAO will also explain key policies surrounding sit-down and take-home examinations and will walk you through a mock examination using the University's laptop examination software.
Join the the SAO in the Atrium today at 1pm for a healthy afternoon break! There will be free snacks and more.