Class of 1981 celebrates 40 years

Class of 1981 celebrates 40+ years

On Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30, 2022 alumni from the class of 1981 gathered for their 40th anniversary reunion.

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Celebrating the first cohort of the JD/JID program

Four years ago, UVic launched the world’s first law degree to combine the study of Indigenous and non-Indigenous laws. This spring, students in the inaugural class of this historic program are preparing to cross the stage to receive their degrees.

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Alumni spotlight: Lydia Hwitsum

Indigenous rights advocate, UVic law graduate, and Cowichan Tribes Chief Lydia Hwitsum is one of this year’s recipients of the University of Victoria Indigenous Community Alumni Award.

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Alumni Spotlight: Madeleine Redfern

Madeleine Redfern is a UVic law graduate, businessperson, community advocate, former mayor of Iqaluit, and one of this year’s select recipients of the UVic Alumni Association’s highest honour—the President's Alumni Award.

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Library books stamped with UVic Law letters

Thinking of applying to UVic Law?

Watch the series of WEBINARS about our programs, how to apply and how to prepare and submit a strong application.


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Ireh Iyioha is a UVic Law faculty member

Health Law with Ireh Iyioha

Professor Ireh Iyioha came to UVic Law because of its culture of social justice. She's the founder of a non-profit foundation and a published fiction author. Read about what drives her in the latest issue of TORCH magazine.

Rohingya refugees

Justice for the Rohingya: The role of Canada

On May 21st, 2020, a virtual roundtable of international experts, including UVic Law Dean Susan Breau and CAPI Director Victor V. Ramraj, met to discuss Canada's role in justice for the Rohingya people and the need to take immediate action.


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Victor Ramraj and Supriya Routh

Victor V Ramraj & Supriya Routh: Amartya Sen and Law

They are are co-editors of a new Philosophers and Law Series volume commemorating the legal contributions of renowned Indian economist and philosopher Amartya Sen.

Victor Ramraj and Supriya Routh

Law in action

UVic Law is one of Canada's leading law schools, known for the strength of our academic program, approach to experiential learning and our commitment to community engagement and social justice.

Our school has the largest number of clinical placements per student in the country, strengths across a wide range of disciplines, long-term partnerships with Indigenous communities and a deeply-held ethic of social contribution.

Located on the stunning Pacific Rim, UVic Law is rich with Indigenous and international perspectives. Our small size, collegial atmosphere, student support programs and incredible faculty attract a community of diverse, engaged and passionate students determined to make an impact.

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Territory and acknowledgements

We acknowledge and respect the lək̓ʷəŋən peoples on whose traditional territory the university stands, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day. We invite you to read more about our Indigenous Initiatives