Several graduate students from the Faculty of Law are granted scholarships

Posted on Tuesday, September 20, 2016

The Faculty of Law wishes to congratulate all the graduate students who have been granted scholarships for 2016-2017.

Here is the list of recipients :

Ontario Graduate Scholarships (OGS)

Ghazaleh Jerban was granted an Ontario Graduate Scholarships for her Ph.D. project entitled « Fostering Women and Developing Countries’ Interests through Implementing the WIPO’s Development Agenda: the Potential Role of Proactive Patent Harmonization », supervised by Professor Elizabeth Judge. 

Melisa Handl  was granted an Ontario Graduate Scholarships for her Ph.D. project  entitled « Gender Equality in the Context of Conditional Cash Transfers (CCTs) in Argentina: Are Women Being Empowered or Entrapped? », supervised by Professor Angela Cameron. 

 

China Scholarship Council (CSC)

Chen Wang was granted a scholarship from the China Scholarship Council for her Ph.D.  project entitled " Stay or Leave: a Legal Analysis of Chinese Immigrants' Motivation, Situation and Adaptation in Canada ", supervised by Professor Angela Cameron.

Kun Hui was granted a scholarship from the China Scholarship Council for his Ph.D.  project entitled "The Implications for China's State Immunity Doctrine for the Execution of Investment Arbitral Awards against China in Different Jurisdictions", supervised by Professor Anthony Vanduzer.

 

Kololian Family Scholarship for International Law Students

Chen Wang was also granted the Kololian Family Scholarship for a research project entitled « Assimilation or Autonomy? China’s control of migration in and out of Tibet », supervised by Professor Angela Cameron.

 

The Edward Barry McDougall Memorial Scholarship for Graduate Studies in Law

Nina Natalia Baranowska was granted the Edward Barry McDougall Memorial Scholarship for Graduate Studies in Law for the project « 3D printing : challenges for Tort Law » (Law and Technology Group).

 

Shirley Greenberg Scholarship

Geneviève Geneau was granted the Shirley Greenberg Scholarship for her Ph.D. project entitled « La difficile atteinte d’une “justice de genre” pour les femmes victimes de violence sexuelle ou à caractère «  sexiste » en situations de conflit en droit international pénal », supervised by Professor Muriel Paradelle.  

Suzanne Dunn was granted the Shirley Greenberg Scholarship for her Master’s project entitled «The eQuality Project », supervised by Professor Jane Bailey.

 

The Faculty of Law Scholarship in Environment and Sustainability

Pierre Cloutier de Repentigny was granted the Faculty of Law Scholarship in Environment and Sustainability for his Ph.D. project entitled « Protecting Marine Life through the Reformation of UNCLOS_Envisioning what Environmental Law Could Be”, supervised by Professor Heather McLeod-Kilmurray. 

Alexandre Lillo was granted the Faculty of Law Scholarship in Environment and Sustainability for his Ph.D. project entitled « La construction juridique de la gestion de l’eau par bassin versant au Canada », supervised by Professor Jamie Benidickson.

 

Audrey J. Boyce Graduate Law Scholarship

Aboubacar Dakuyo was granted the Audrey J. Boyce Graduate Law Scholarship for his Ph.D. project entitled "Justice transitionnelle et responsabilités pour crimes internationaux : élaboration d’un cadre normatif d’imputabilité conjuguant répression et paix", supervised  by Professor Pacifique Manirakiza.

 

The Raoul Barbe and Yolande Larose Scholarship on the Study of the Judiciary

Jessica Dufresne was granted the Raoul Barbe and Yolande Larose Scholarship on the Study of the Judiciary for her doctoral project entitled "Les rôles de l’État et de la société civile dans la protection du droit à l’alimentation au Canada : Complémentarité ou rupture?" supervised by Professor David Robitaille.

 

Scholarship from CIGI International Law Research Program

Irene Ekweozoh received a scholarship from CIGI International Law Research Program for her research project entitled « Bridging the gaps in the United Nations Guiding Principles: Praxis, Problems and Prospects of an Effective Grievance Mechanism », supervised by Professor Vasudev.

Sileshi Bedasie received a scholarship from CIGI International Law Research Program for his his research project on copyright and access to learning material in the context of human right to education.

Zhannah Voukitchevitch received a scholarship from CIGI International Law Research Program for her research project entitled « International Governance: Integrated Regulation of Arctic Development », supervised by Professor Donald McRae.

Uchenna Ugwu received a scholarship from CIGI International Law Research Program for her research project entitled « Leveraging the Multilateral Patent Regime to Advance Food Security: Implications of the EU-ECOWAS Economic Partnership Agreement.», supervised by Professor Chidi Oguamanam.

 

Ontario Trillium Scholarship

Zoé Boirin received the prestigious Ontario’s Trillium Scholarship for her project entitled « Projets extractifs et développement durable : la mise en cohérence du cadre légal des projets extractifs avec les droits au consentement et à la consultation des peuples autochtones et des populations locales », supervised by Professor Sophie Thériault.

 

Montage des photos de tous les récipiendaires de bourses d'études supérieures pour l'année 2016-2017.

[From left to right. 
First row: Ghazaleh Jerban, Alexandre Lillo, Jessica Dufresne, Irene Ekweozoh, Kun Hui, Zhannah VoukitchevitchMelisa Handl.
Second row: Pierre Cloutier de RepentignyGeneviève Geneau, Nina Natalia Baranowska, Suzanne DunnAboubacar Dakuyo, Chen Wang, Uchenna Ugwu.]

 

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