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Queen's University at Kingston, commonly known as Queen's University or simply Queen's, is a public research university in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Queen's holds more than 1,400 hectares (3,500 acres) of land throughout Ontario and owns Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex, England. Queen's is organized into ten undergraduate, graduate, and professional faculties and schools.
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Queen's or Queens University may refer to: Queen's University at Kingston, Ontario, Canada; Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK Queen's University of Belfast (UK Parliament constituency) (1918–1950) Queen's University of Belfast (Northern Ireland Parliament constituency) (1921–1969) Queen's University Belfast A.F.C. Queen's University of Ireland, (1850–1882)
The following is a list of notable alumni, faculty and affiliates of Queen's University at Kingston in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Contents 1 Notable Queen's alumni
Queen's opened its doors on March 7, 1842, making it the Dominion's first active university in all the 1860 kilometers between Fredericton, New Brunswick and the Pacific Ocean. Thirteen students enrolled in the first courses, which were offered in a small, wood-frame house on the edge of Kingston where the Reverends Peter Colin Campbell and J.A ...
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The Queen's University Faculty of Law is a professional faculty of Queen's University at Kingston in Kingston, Ontario, Canada and is regarded as one of the most prestigious institutions of legal education in Canada. According to the 2013 Maclean's Magazine Law School Rankings, Queen’s is tied for third among law schools in Canada. While the tradition of legal education at Queen's University heralds back nearly 150 years in 1861, the law school as it currently exists was officially...
Most accepted applicants have completed a four-year university program. The preference is to accept those applicants who have an honours undergraduate degree, and many admitted students have attained graduate degrees as well. Acceptance into Queen's Law is highly competitive, wit
The Faculty of Law at Queen's University is known for its vibrant and collegial learning environment. It currently offers a Juris Doctor program and a graduate program in law. In addition, combined degree programs include a Masters of Industrial Relations, Masters of Public Admin
Practical experience is a major component of legal education at Queen's, with mandatory advocacy courses and a large proportion of the student body being engaged in one of the school's five pro bono legal clinics: Queen's Legal Aid, the Prison Law Clinic, the Queen's Business Law
Notable Queen's Faculty of Law alumni include: 1. David Allgood – Senior Vice President - Corporate Taxation, RBC 2. Justice Harvey Brownstone – Ontario Provincial Court Justice and author of "Tug of War" 3. Jock Climie – Lawyer, former CFL player 4. Justice Thomas A. Cromwell – Retired Supreme Court of Canada Justice 5. Douglas Cunningham – Lawyer and Ontario Superior Court Justice 6. Brad Elberg - Lawyer, former CFL player 7. Justice David Stratas – Current Federal Court of ...
The Queen's Golden Gaels are the athletic teams that represent Queen's University at Kingston in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Team colours are blue, red, and gold. Its main home is Richardson Memorial Stadium on West Campus. Queen's teams have had a variety of successes on the provincially and nationally. The Gaels football team is one of the oldest and most successful in Canada, including three straight Grey Cup victories in 1922, 1923, and 1924 and four Vanier Cup victories in 1968, 1978, 1992,