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Photo of students smiling in a room, wearing suits. This was from the cover of the Desautels Centre 2024 Impact Report. Photo by 47 Filmworks.

Faculty of Law

Making an impact on private enterprise in Manitoba

May 13, 2024 — 
The Marcel A. Desautels Centre for Private Enterprise and the Law proudly presents its annual Impact Report 2024. This report is distributed across the academic, legal, and business communities to share the important achievements and contributions made by students, faculty, staff and community partners engaged in the work of the Centre at the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Law.

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The winning team of the 2nd annual Art Braid Business Law Case Competition (left to right): Meredith Harley (2L), Maria Garcia Manzano (2L), and Moira Kennedy (2L). Photo by 47 Filmworks.

Faculty of Law

Second Annual Art Braid Business Law Case Competition honours late professor’s legacy

April 9, 2024 — 
Edwin Arthur Braid, Q.C. (1934 – 2020), or ‘Art’, the beloved former Dean and Professor at Robson Hall, the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Law, had many passions. He was well known for his kindness, his commitment to intellectual discourse, and his precision and clarity as a teacher, among other things. In addition to the multitude of positive attributes associated with him, Art Braid was known for his affinity for business law.

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Business Law Group executive (left to right): Ben Manness (3L) – Vice President, Matt London (2L) – Treasurer, Diana Gutierrez (2L) – Secretary, Rebecca Penner (2L) – Event Planning & Logistics Director, Chris Dick (3L) – President, and Devan Vercaigne (2L) – Communications & Marketing Director.

Faculty of Law

Inaugural Art Braid Business Law Case Competition impacts clinical learning

March 30, 2023 — 
Edwin Arthur Braid, Q.C. (1934 – 2020), or ‘Art’, the much-loved former Dean and Professor at Robson Hall, the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Law, had many passions. He was well known for his kindness, his commitment to intellectual discourse, and his precision and clarity as a teacher, among other things. In addition to the multitude of positive attributes associated with him, Art Braid was known for his affinity for business law. The inaugural Art Braid Business Law Case Competition took place on Friday, March 17, 2023. The competition was hosted at Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP’s downtown offices in True North Square.

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