In the final issue of the 2020/21 year Zainab Adejumobi tells us that success in law requires not only knowledge of the law, but also knowledge in technology, data analysis, business tools, and that studying law virtually for a whole year, might just have prepared law students for greater success in law post-COVID. Tiffany Ward gives an Alumni Bio of Key Murray Law Associate Conor Mullin detailing his career in criminal law. Elizabeth Taylor discusses the implications that “artificial humans with AI” has in our discussions and understanding of race and race relations. Jamie Samson details a number of activities and places to visit in and around Halifax this summer. Victoria Watson tells us about the recent PPLS and DFLA featuring MPP Bhutila Karpoche, MP and Schulich Alumni Elizabeth May, Senator Gwen Boniface, and Megan Leslie, CEO of World Wildlife Fund Canada. The even focused on each speakers experiences in leading policy changes and discussion in politics. Claire Dowden gives us a recap of the events that took place during this years Women’s Week at Weldon hosted by the DFLA. Eliza Richardson gives us a summary of this years Literary Moot: “The Trial of Frankenstein.” Tiffany Ward tells us about the events the Nova Scotia Remembers Legacy Society will be hosting on the 1-year anniversary of the tragic mass killing and attacks that took place in Colchester County and Elmsdale.