Our guest blogger for the month is Isabelle Wallace, a graduate of the Certificate in Law program. In her blog, Isabelle shares her program experience and the courses she enjoyed the most. She also talks about how the Certificate in Law program has equipped her with the skills needed to land a job in the Ontario Cabinet Office.
Join Amazon-topping author and Queen's Law professor Noah Weisbord to learn about the crime of aggression -- and why this is an epochal change in international law.
When is a border not a border? Or... two borders? International Law instructor Chris Waters takes us through the two types of water border, and how two sides can both be right, or wrong, in a dispute.
With a painting from the late 1800s in the middle of a court dispute over whether or not it can leave the country, it seems like a good time to look at where our rules around culture and exports come from...