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Victoria to honour Canadian law firm's scholar

Victoria University to honour graduate now scholar in residence at leading Canadian law firm

LAWFUEL - The Law News Network - Peter Hogg, Blake Cassels & Graydon's Scholar in Residence, and Canada's leading constitutional law scholar, will be awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand for his outstanding contributions to law and legal scholarship in Canada and internationally.

Peter, who graduated with a bachelor of laws from Victoria University in 1962, will be attending the University’s graduation ceremonies in May to receive his doctorate. Vice-Chancellor Professor Pat Walsh says, “Peter’s work is extremely highly regarded and he is recognized as one of Canada’s top ranking authorities on constitutional law.”


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