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Black History Month

Empowering young advocates to dismantle systemic barriers

Julie Ada, who is the Allan Rock Visiting Professor at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, is guiding her students through the challenging terrain of anti-Black racism in the Canadian legal system.

Ada aims to deepen students’ understanding of its manifestations in legal doctrines and justice systems by encouraging analysis of the law’s role in perpetuating racial inequalities. Her course, entitled “Race, Gender, and Legal Culture”, focuses on critical race theory to explore racism and gender in Canadian legal culture, particularly anti-Black racism.

Feb 27

Navigating Copyright: Unveiling the Power of fair dealing at uOttawa

Fair dealing Week will take place February 26-March 1, and the Copyright Office is excited to offer the University community a series of events and se…

Feb 28

Black Entrepreneurship and Justice Ecosystem Conference

Be part of an uplifting event that celebrates Black owned and operated businesses!

Mar 7

uOttawa Career Fair - Winter edition (In-person)

Meet with professionals and expand your network as student looking for a full-time job opportunity.

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