Department of Law and Legal Studies

Department of Law and Legal Studies

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What Can You Do With a Bachelor's Degree in Law?

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Attend our JurisTalks and Chet Mitchell Memorial lectures!

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Our Law & Legal Studies Program is the Right Choice

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The Department of Law and Legal Studies offers Canada’s premier programs for the interdisciplinary
study of law. These innovative programs explore the dynamic interaction between law and
society nationally, transnationally and internationally.

News

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January 23 | JurisTalk: Women’s Activism for Peace… with Julienne Lusenge

Hear first-hand how women in Eastern DRC are mobilizing to stop rape and bring peace to their communities as well as concrete recommendations to the international community on how to best support the women. With Julienne Lusenge, President of SOFEPADI, Founder of the Congolese Women’s Fund, and... More

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1 Hour to Success

One Hour to Success is a weekly lunchtime forum to connect you, Faculty of Public Affairs Students, to services on the Carleton Campus. You can come see us every week for sessions with services on campus or academic advising with an advisor from the Student Academic Success Centre (SASC). See what... More

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FPA research month 2015

Be an FPA Research Month Ambassador!

FPA Research Month provides an exciting volunteer opportunity and the possibility to perform tasks as a representative of the Faculty of Public Affairs. There are a number of skill sets and duties that will be required for all ambassadors. Dates: February 24-March 24 (weekdays only) Location:... More

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Jan. 28 | ‘No Easy Walk to Freedom’ – Film and Panel Discussion

Filmed in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Lucknow and rural India, No Easy Walk to Freedom is a 90-minute documentary by Assoc. Prof. Nancy Nicol (York University) that tells the story of the struggle for decriminalization of homosexuality in contemporary India against a backdrop of the growth of queer... More

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Jan. 22 | JurisTalk with Nadine Blumer

“From the Margins to the Centre of Holocaust Studies: Commemoration and Reconciliation Politics of the Nazi Genocide of the Roma” with Nadine Blumer This presentation charts the biography of the Roma Holocaust Memorial, prior to and since inauguration. A brief introduction will... More

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