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Two Law alumni receive major awards


Prominent labour arbitrator Michel Picher (Law ’72) recently received the 2009 Bora Laskin Award for his outstanding contributions to Canadian labour law. The award, established by the University of Toronto in honour of the late former Supreme Court of Canada chief justice, is considered "the most significant labour law award in Canada.” For more information click here.

Daphne Dumont (Q.C., Artsci ’74) an Oxford law graduate who completed her Canadian legal training at Queen’s in 1977, recently received a Governor General’s Award. Ms Dumont was recognized and honoured for her many significant contributions in advancing the equality of women. The award was presented by Governor General Micha

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