The CBA Business Law Section awards two students with the Langlois Prize
Langlois is pleased to announce, in conjunction with the Canadian Bar Association Business Law Section, the two winners of the 2020 Langlois Prize law student essay contest on a topic related to business law.
- Robert Nanni, law student in the University of Toronto, for his paper entitled: What’s in a name? Understanding “piercing the corporate veil” in Canada after Yaiguaje v Chevron Corp.
- Isabella Tamilia, law student at the Université de Montréal, for her paper entitled La règle selon laquelle un actionnaire d’une SPA ne dispose pas d’un recours direct contre le tiers qui cause un dommage à l’entreprise est-elle compatible avec les principes de base du C.c.Q.? .
Wishing these talented students the very best and much success in their contribution to advance thinking on business law issues.
The award was established by the The CBA Business Law Section to promote and reward interest in business law in Canadian law schools and to promote participation by Canadian law students. For further details, click here.