Marnie McBean, David Shoemaker play key roles as Team Canada preps for competition.
As Western’s student affairs professionals learned how best to support students, they found support in each other.
Master’s and doctoral students are invited to share their research in 150 words, with a chance to heighten the profile of their work
Glitchy screens, ‘cat lawyers’ and hot mics are just a few of the challenges with virtual court proceedings during the pandemic.
As a space-faring nation, Canada could figure prominently in the emerging space resources domain.
Law scholar Wade Wright is assuming authorship of Peter Hogg’s Constitutional Law of Canada, the leading work of its kind.
Nineteen Western students recently participated in a global, experiential learning program where they developed solutions for real-world sustainability problems.
Erika Chamberlain will help select potential candidates to fill vacancy created by retirement of Justice Rosalie Abella.
Science is outpacing policies for responsible resource extraction in space.
Western graduates top list of inspiring Londoners
New study will look at the reduction in access and how it is affecting those involved with Ontario’s family justice system.
The 2020 Western Award of Excellence represents the highest honour for staff achievement at the university.
Law professor Rande Kostal has been awarded a prestigious international honour for authoring a book that sheds new light on the limits of America’s ability to impose democracy on defeated countries.
A first-year course in constitutional law sparked in Leaelle Derynck a passion for Indigenous legal traditions.
COVID-19 is making access to justice more difficult for marginalized communities, and that reality coupled with the move of many legal services online is prompting more Western law students than ever to step up to meet the need.
The Western community is mourning the death of retired major Charles Edmund Thomas, a military veteran who was studying towards a doctorate in law and who died unexpectedly in Stratford on Oct. 10.
Oh, you’ve got to hold on, ready or not, you live for the fight when it’s all that you’ve got when Law professor Suzanne Chiodo takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.
Canadian kids earned a D-plus from the 2020 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. That was the same grade handed down in 2018.
If they see a barn on fire, most people will call 911, stand back, wait for the firefighters and hope the horses survive. That’s the wise and considered approach, said Heather Joy Ross, LLB’84.
Perhaps we should has guessed that the boy who liked to act ended up as the grad who can control the courtroom like a stage.