Programs

The Centre is proud of the different programs that we have established.  Each of these is an "umbrella" under which we pursue programming, events, and discussion with our communities.

The Program on Ethics in Law and Business - this program focuses on the complex ethical issues at the intersection of law and business.  It is intended to be an interdisciplinary in nature, and its intended audience includes lawyers practising business law, in house counsel, academics and law students with interest in this area.

Women in Transition - our two day course for women seeking to re-enter the legal workforce or looking for different opportunities within in it.  The focus of the program is on providing practical information, strategies and connections to help you move ahead with your career transition.

David B. Goodman - on annual basis, a distinguished member of the practising bar or bench is invited for a few days of teaching and informal discussions with the student body and faculty.

The Bar Exam Prep Course - developed to assist law students, including those internationally trained, with preparing for the LSUC bar examinations.  The course is offered in the Spring and Fall sessions leading up to the June and November examination periods.