An app launched by Schulich MBA/JD candidate John Wu and co-founders/Osgoode Law students is aiming to disrupt the legal system.
In 2016-2017, the Jack & Mae Nathanson Centre on Transnational Human Rights, Crime and Security plans to award up to six Nathanson Graduate Fellowships to meritorious graduate students enrolled full-time in the Osgoode Hall Law School LLM (thesis-based or MRP) or PhD program, or in a York University masters or doctoral program. Previous recipients of Nathanson [...]
MBA/JD candidate Dajena Collaku was recently awarded the Women in Capital Markets Heather L. Main Memorial Scholarship. Learn more about her student experience, upcoming internship and thoughts about powerful women in business! 1. Tell me a bit about how you developed an interest in capital markets. In high school, I took an elective course on economics [...]
In some very exciting recent news, it was announced that two Schulich MBA students have been awarded the Women In Capital Markets Heather L. Main Memorial Scholarship. Our warmest congratulations to deserving recipients Sakshi Kanda, MBA Candidate 2017 and Dajena Collaku, MBA/JD Candidate 2017. The Heather L. Main Memorial Scholarship honours the memory of an inspiring [...]
Each year the JD/MBA Students’ Association of Osgoode Hall Law School and the Schulich School of Business hosts a conference on a major theme encompassing the spheres of business, law, and public policy. We are pleased to announce that our 17th annual conference, Lex and the City: Urban Issues in Law and Business, will be held [...]
The Hennick Centre for Business and Law is pleased to announce the 2014 Hennick Summer Internships Program. The paid internship positions will provide students with exposure to the client side of legal practice and experience in a for-profit or non-profit organization. The program is open to MBA/JD and JD students who will have completed the first [...]