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Sangra Donates $150,000 in Scholarships to UBC Law

Written on Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

Harj Sagra of Sangra Moller LLP and UBC Law alumnus '84 has donated $150,000 to the UBC Faculty of Law to establish the Sangra Memorial Entrance Award, in memory of his mother, Gurbax Sangra.  The first Sangra Memorial Entrance Award of $15,000 will be offered to a student entering the JD program in the fall.

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The Allard Prize Photo Competition Finalists Chosen

Written on Friday, June 21st, 2013

Last fall, UBC announced the creation of the Allard Prize for International Integrity, a large prize dedicated to the international fight against corruption and protecting human rights. A supplementary prize was also created, the Allard Prize Photo Competition, to recognize photographic excellence that reflects the ideals of the Allard Prize.

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UBC Video Game Course Offers Online Content

Written on Friday, June 14th, 2013

In the UBC Faculty of Law's most recent newsletter, it is noted that the UBC Law Course Video Game Law has begun to offer online access to its content this semester, including videos of the lectures and a blog on its website.  Taught by Jon Festinger, QC, the course is one of the only courses  offered on video game law in North America and the only one that offers its content online.

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TRU Law Professor Chris Hunt Wins David Watson Memorial Award

Written on Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

Congratulations to Thompson Rivers University law professor Chris Hunt who was recently awarded the Queen's Law Journal's David Watson Memorial Award.  The David Watson Memorial Award is given annually for the paper published in Queen's Law Journal that "makes the most significant contribution to legal scholarship".

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No Articling Shortage Expected for TRU Law Students

Written on Friday, April 19th, 2013

The Kamloops Daily News reports that next year's inaugural class of law grads from Thompson Rivers University isn't likely to face the same articling shortage affecting Ontario law grads.

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