Our guest blogger for the month is Ryan Luttikhuis, a graduate of the Certificate in Law program. Ryan shares how Certificate in Law has supplemented his passion in film, and how he was able to use his legal knowledge in his current career. Read more to know his story.
This month's faculty spotlight is on Tomilola Adebiyi, instructor for Law 204/704 Corporate Law course.
Certificate in Law graduate and Law school student Amanda Scorda talks about her Queen's journey and how it has led her to Law school.
Peter Kissick, Corporate Law course developer discusses how “force majeure” is rarely used and often consigned to contract fine print. Now it’s suddenly worth understanding.
When Santa makes a deal with children to give them toys for being good... is it a legally binding contract? Peter Kissick weighs in, and the news isn't good (for kids).
Your coat's been stolen at a club or restaurant. Does that establishment owe you anything? Do businesses have a duty of care over guests' belongings? And does that equation change if they have a coat check (and does it change more if you pay for the coat check)?
Nobody reads those "end user license agreements" that pop up on your phone or computer, right? So if nobody reads them, do they matter? And if you do read them, what should you know?
With more and more of our interactions happening online you have probably clicked yes to hundreds of terms of service agreements. It is a running joke that no one ever reads these. For many of us the question becomes: what have we agreed to, and more importantly, are we bound by clicking yes on a Terms of Service contract?
What’s in a comma? A lot of zeroes, sometimes — Law 204/704 developer Peter Kissick joins us to talk about a legendary case involving a comma, utility poles and $2.1 million dollars.
Contracts govern many aspects of our day-to-day lives—they are one of the fundamental ways that society is ordered.