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Prof. Joanna Harrington Hires 3 Research Assistants

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We wish to give a warm welcome to Megan Ferguson, Kathleen Renaud and Daniel Waring, who are joining the CPIJ as research assistants to Professor Joanna Harrington at the Faculty of Law at the University of Alberta for 2018-2019.

MEGAN FERGUSON

Megan Ferguson

Megan is a second year J.D. student at the University of Alberta where she is the Assistant Band Director for the annual “Law Show” that raises money for charity. Megan also works as a soccer referee, and before entering law school, she was a professional classical musician, performing in various ensembles in Western Canada. As an undergraduate, she participated in the “Witnessing Auschwitz” international conference in 2016, with her conference paper later published in a book released by the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Megan will be working with Professor Harrington on extradition law reform. She holds a Bachelor of Music focusing on tuba performance and composition from the University of British Columbia.

 

 

 

KATHLEEN RENAUD

Kathleen Renaud

Kathleen is a third year J.D. student at the University of Alberta where she is the Vice-Chair of the Women’s Law Forum. This past summer, she worked for West Coast LEAF, assisting on a number of interventions in the Canadian courts. Her past experience includes work with the Department of Justice, the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre, and the European Commission in Brussels. Kathleen will be working with Professor Harrington on the right to an effective remedy for victims who have been successful before an international human rights body. She holds an M.Phil. in History from the University of Cambridge and will be articling with Singleton Reynolds in Vancouver after graduation.

 

DANIEL WARING

Daniel Waring

Daniel is a second year J.D. student at the University of Alberta where he is Vice-President External of the Francophone Law Students Association and Vice-President of OUTlaw, a student group that raises awareness for LGBT equality. This past summer, he worked at the Office of the Minister of Labour in the Government of Alberta, researching and writing briefing notes and interacting with stakeholders. Past experience includes internships with the Organization of American States and the NATO Association of Canada. Daniel will be working with Professor Harrington on the definition of a victim within the context of transnational criminal law. He holds an M.A. in Latin American and Caribbean Studies from the University of Guelph.

CPIJ funds the attendance of 9 students to the 47th CCIL Conference

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22 October 2018 – The Canadian Partnership for International Justice (CPIJ) will fund the attendance of 9 students to the 47thConference of the Canadian Council on International Law (CCIL), which will be held in Ottawa on November 1 and 2, 2018.

This major annual event, whose 2018 edition is themed “International Law at the Boundaries”, will allow students to deepen their knowledge of international law while also encouraging dialogues with experts, law practitioners and academics. Following the Conference, students will write blogposts in relation to their attendance.

Congratulations to all recipients!

Be Featured on CPIJ’s Website

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Student training is an important goal of the Canadian Partnership for International Justice (CPIJ), as shown by the multiple activities we organize and fund. This is why CPIJ develops new sections of its website to highlight student implication with CPIJ members. For students, it is a great opportunity to have their implication acknowledged, while also making networking easier for them.

The “Our Students” section (under the “About us” tab) provides an overview of some CPIJ students.

On the other hand, the “Student News” section shares student-related news, notably pertaining to their hiring, projects, scholarships, events, or any other topic of interest.

How to be featured on CPIJ’s website?

Students can send to CPIJ by mail the following information:

To be featured on the “Our Students” section:

  • Full name of the student;
  • Photo;
  • Name(s) of CPIJ member(s) the student is collaborating with;
  • Link towards an external website or short bio (including the student’s field of study, professional and academic interests, and nature of the link with CPIJ member).

To be featured on the “Student News” section:

  • Full name of the student;
  • Photo(s);
  • Name(s) of CPIJ member(s) the student is collaborating with;
  • A short news concerning, for example, a hiring, presentation, project, or scholarship. If it is a hiring, it would be interesting to include a short bio of the hired student.

For any question of additional information, please contact:

Catherine Savard

CPIJ Assistant coordinator

internationaljustice.sshrc@gmail.com