Upcoming Lecture: Magna Carta and the Making of the Modern World

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By Melanie Hodges Neufeld

As part of the McKercher LLP Lecture Series at the College of Law, Dr. Carolyn Harris is presenting Magna Carta and the Making of the Modern World on September 28th at noon in the MLT Lecture Theatre. This talk is only the latest in a series of fascinating lectures held at the College over the last few years. If you have missed any of these lectures, videos are available on the College of Law website. Topics have previously included:

  • 2014/15 Silas E. Halyk, QC, Visiting Scholar in Advocacy Lecture
    Advocacy Challenges in Test Case Litigation
    Presented by Marlys Edwardh, CM, Sack Goldblatt Mitchell LLP
    12, 12:00 (noon), Room 150 (MLT Lecture Theatre)
  • Guest Speaker: Michele Hollins, QC, President, Canadian Bar Association
    Numbers Matter: The Retention and Advancement of Women in Law, Business and the Professions
    19, 12:00 (noon), Room 150 (MLT Lecture Theatre)
  • Guest Speakers: Sgt. Rob Sampson, Detective Sgt. Neil Lund and Bill Roe, QC
    The Truth About Litigation: Polygraphs in the Courtroom
    26, 12:00 (noon), Room 150 (MLT Lecture Theatre)
  • Guest Speaker: Jonathan Rudin, Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto
    Criminal Justice since Gladue – What’s Changed and What Hasn’t
    3, 1:15 pm, Room 150 (MLT Lecture Theatre)
  • Ariel Sallows Lecture in Human Rights presented by Kim Pate, Ariel F. Sallows Chair in Human Rights
    Prisons are not treatment centres: the human rights travesties of criminalizing those with mental health issues
    9, 12:00 (noon), Room 150 (MLT Lecture Theatre)
  • Estey Lecture in Business Law presented by Rod Wood, Estey Chair in Business Law
    Commercial Law at the Crossroads
    March 9, 12:00 (noon), Room 150 (MLT Lecture Theatre)

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