Colloquium in Legal and Political Philosophy

Founded in Fall 2015, the Colloquium in Legal and Political Philosophy is an initiative by the Faculty of Law, the Department of Philosophy, and the Department of Political Studies. The Colloquium brings together students and faculty from all three units for rigorous intellectual engagement with outstanding scholars. The Colloquium also contributes to the Master’s program in Political and Legal Thought, offered jointly by Philosophy, Political Studies, and Law.

More information about the Colloquium in Legal and Political Philosophy, as well as a list of upcoming and past speakers, can be found at the link below.

Colloquium in Legal and Political Philosophy

Yesterday I presented a paper [at] the Queen’s Colloquium in Legal & Political Philosophy, run by
@GregoireWebber & Jean Thomas. Perhaps the most amazing session of feedback I’ve ever had in my career. If invited to present at the Colloquium, move earth, mountain, and sea to say yes.

Arash Abizadeh
Departments of Political Science and Philosophy, McGill University