January 25th, Desautels Lecture Series Presents: Dr. Matthew Bellamy
Speaking on “Family Firm to Managerial Enterprise: Three Generations of Labatts and the Bootlegging Manager-Entrepreneur who saved the Brewery from Prohibition.”
February 1st, Distinguished Visitors Lecture Series presents: Dr. Helen Duffy
The Distinguished Visitors Lecture Series is pleased to welcome Dr. Helen Duffy of Leiden University, Professor of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights.
February 3rd, Distinguished Visitors Lecture Series Presents: Dr. Darcy Lindberg
The Distinguished Visitors Lecture Series presents Dr. Darcy Lindberg from the University of Victoria Faculty of Law. The title of Dr. Lindberg’s talk is “Promises to Keep: Cree Treaties, Cree Ceremonies, and Pathways to a Shared Constitution.”
February 10th, the 13th Annual DeLloyd J. Guth Visiting Lecture in Legal History: Dr. Barrington Walker
Robson Hall presents the 13th Annual DeLloyd J. Guth Visiting Lecture in Legal History featuring Dr. Barrington Walker. Dr. Walker will be speaking on: “Inchoate Citizens: Black Canadians, Law and the Racial State.”
February 15th, Distinguished Visitors Lecture Series Presents: Dr. Nayha Acharya
The title of Dr. Acharya’s talk is “Adjudication and Mediation are Cousins Playing in the Same Sandbox: Reflections on Mandatory Mediation.”
March 8th, Distinguished Visitors Lecture Series Presents: Dr. Teresa Scassa
The Distinguished Visitors Lecture Series presents: Teresa Scassa, Canada Research Chair in Information Law and Policy and Full Professor at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section.