Manitoba Indigenous Law Students’ Association (MILSA) is inviting interested Robson Hall students to become members of MILSA and/or join our email list. There is no membership fee and time commitment is up to you. While we do have a classic Robson Hall structure (ex. VP Executive roles) we foster a community, collaborative approach to MILSA that aligns with many Indigenous cultures. All Robson Hall Indigenous students and allies are welcome to join!
Our next general meeting is Tuesday, November 19th, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm in Room 200G! Come by and see if MILSA is for you.
Some MILSA opportunities (past and future):
Our Stories, Our Art fundraiser, Disrupt the System fundraiser, Orange Shirt Day awareness & photo, bannock taco sales, MILSA networking event 2019, Turtle Lodge event 2018, guest speakers and the Indigenous Youth Outreach Program (IYOP) with Level.
If you would like to join our email list please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org with your email address and name. MILSA email list and general members receive notice of meetings, highlights of MILSA action items, notice of local Indigenous events and events/meetings in collaboration with other Indigenous student groups on campus.
Crim/migration: A Panel Discussion
Featuring Nalini Reddy (Pitblado LLP) & Sofia Mirza (Fillmore Riley LLP)
Date: Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Time: 12:00-12:50 p.m.
Location: Room 206, Robson Hall
CARL Robson Hall is pleased to host two senior lawyers for an engaging panel discussion on the relationship between criminal and immigration law and their personal experiences as practitioners. Students interested in criminal law, immigration & refugee law, or the ins and outs of private & public practice are encouraged to attend.
CARL Robson Hall is a student chapter of the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers (CARL). CARL Robson Hall aims to build knowledge and understanding among the Robson Hall student body in the areas of refugee and immigration law.
Criminal Law Group presents Chancellor Anne Mahon & Matthew Willan on the realities of gang life