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Justice Minc has high hopes for Concordia’s jurist in residence program

Thursday, October 19, 2017 @ 12:22 PM | By Carolyn Gruske

Justice Morton Minc wants to educate and influence the next generation of lawyers before they even get to law school. That’s why he’s excited to be serving as the first jurist in residence at Montreal's Concordia University.

Justice Morton MincWhile Concordia doesn’t have a law school, it offers students the option to minor in law and society and study issues like governance, crime, conflict and social justice from sociological, historical, anthropological and philosophical perspectives. Learning about these issues in the classroom, however, is different from having...