University of New Brunswick - Faculty of Law

University of New Brunswick - Faculty of Law

University of New Brunswick - Faculty of Law

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Fredericton

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The The University of New Brunswick Faculty of Law is housed in Ludlow Hall, which was built in 1969. The hall is named after George Duncan Ludlow, the first Chief Justice of New Brunswick. The University of New Brunswick Faculty of Law is the second oldest university-based common law Faculty in the Commonwealth. It is located in New Brunswick's capital city, Fredericton, and is one of two law schools located in the province, the other being the French language Faculty at l'Université de Moncton.

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Frank J. McKenna is now Deputy Chairman-Executive Board at TD Bank Group
Ian Putnam is now Head, Real Estate Team at Hudson's Bay Co.
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