2004

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Careers in Law: Annotated Bibliography

The UBC Law Library has a new guide available at http://guides.library.ubc.ca/lawcareers providing an annotated bibliography for law students and graduates investigating non-traditional positions that do not directly involve the practice of law (such as in fields of business, publishing, real estate, the arts, education, social services, and countless other areas).

Food for Fines

Food For Fines – An event brought to you by the AMS and the UBC Library. Pay off your library fines with food instead of cash! Clean out your cupboards before leaving for the holiday AND clean up your library debt at the same time. All borrowers are eligible, whether they are students, staff, alumni, […]

Recent SCC Decisions

Haida Nation v. British Columbia (Minister of Forests), 2004 SCC 73 November, 18 2004, No 29419 http://www.canlii.org/ca/cas/scc/2004/2004scc73.html Crown — Honour of Crown — Duty to consult and accommodate Aboriginal peoples — Whether the Crown has duty to consult and accommodate Aboriginal peoples prior to making decisions that might adversely affect their as yet unproven Aboriginal […]

A Recognition of Ivan Head’s Life and Legacy

A Recognition of Ivan Head’s Life and Legacy will be held on Monday, December 13, 2004, 4:30 – 6:00 pm in Sty-Wet-Tan (Great Hall), First Nations Longhouse The University of British Columbia 1985 West Mall, Vancouver, B.C., V6T 1Z2 All are welcome to attend. RSVP Accepts only to UBC Ceremonies Office E-mail: ceremonies.office@ubc.ca. Phone: 604-822-2484 […]

Dr. Ivan Head

Message from Dean Mary Anne Bobinski – 11/2/2004 5:13:08 PM Faculty, Staff, and students of the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law are deeply saddened by the loss of Dr. Ivan Head, who succumbed to cancer on Monday, November 11, 2004, at 74 years of age. Dr. Head was a distinguished UBC legal scholar, […]

Privacy & the USA Patriot Act

Privacy & the USA Patriot Act – Implications for British Columbia Public Sector Outsourcing http://www.oipcbc.org/sector_public/usa_patriot_act/patriot_act.htm Earlier this year the Information and Privacy Commissioner invited submissions on two questions relating to possible implications of the USA Patriot Act for outsourcing of public services by public bodies in British Columbia… On October 29, 2004, the Information and […]

Webcast – UBC’s 2004 Annual General Meeting

You are invited to log on to the Webcast of UBC’s 2004 Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Fri. Oct. 29 from 12 noon to 1 pm at www.ubc.ca. In addition to reports on UBC milestones and vision for the future, this year’s AGM features special guest Jeffrey Simpson, award-winning author and National Affairs Columnist for […]

QP LegalEze Training Session Rescheduled!

Thursday, October 28th at 12:30 – 1:30 Rescheduled to Tuesday, November 16th at 12:30 – 1:30 • For all Law Students and Faculty • Registration is required – sign-up sheets posted at the Dictionary Stand (main floor of the Law Library) • Please have your IDs and passwords before attending sessions • Location: Faculty of […]

Webcast Announcement – President Martha Piper and alumnus Irving K. Barber

President Martha Piper and alumnus Irving K. Barber will take part in an important announcement on Friday, October 22 about the future of post-secondary education in B.C. The event will be Webcast live at 12:30 pm. To view the Webcast, go to www.ubc.ca. Video of the event will be archived for later viewing on the […]

Mary Anne Bobinski, Dean & Five New Faculty Appointments

Dean Mary Anne Bobinski is featured Volume 62 Part 5 of the September 2004 edition of the Advocate or online (pages 657-659). This article is written by UBC law professor, Janis Sarra. It is currently available in the unbound journal area of the Reserve Room. An article about the Five New Faculty Appointments (Natasha Affolder, […]

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