“More than ever, business is conducted worldwide and our daily life is filled with interactions that have a global reach. Having a place like the Centre for Business Law—where faculty, students, lawyers and business people can all come together to learn and discuss their ideas in a global context—is crucial and becomes more so with every passing year.” Professor Margaret Blaire, Milton R. Underwood Chair in Free Enterprise at Vanderbilt Law School & 2013 Fasken Martineau Visiting Senior Scholar.
Founded in 2006, the Centre is a vibrant intellectual hub for the advancement of the scholarship and practice of business law and financial policy, both within Canada and internationally. With its three pillars—scholarship, education and community—the Centre provides a dynamic, interdisciplinary environment for globally-influential business law research and scholarship; outstanding educational programs to support students’ engagement in contemporary business law issues; and programming that fosters intellectual exchange among a wide diversity of business community stakeholders.
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