Web site has everything you need to know about Kinder Morgan’s pipeline expansion project
on August 3, 2015
Information surrounding Kinder Morgan’s expansion project can be difficult to understand, let alone research for the public due to the extensive amount of data available on the ever-expanding pipeline from official sources such as the National Energy Board.
on July 27, 2015
I was recently struck by the slightly defiant social media activity of some fellow law school students. On Canada Day, a few expressed embarrassment at the country’s state of law making and governance rather than pride.
on July 20, 2015
While TRU has moved past some growing pains, there is still much work to be done, says law student Cole Rodocker. Unbeknownst to many in the legal community, a significant event of importance to not only the British Columbia legal landscape but to the Canadian legal landscape as a whole has happened this summer. For the first time in more than three decades, lawyers are being called to the bar from a new law school.
Fall 2014, Volume 9 • Issue 2
Written by Jennifer BrownIssue: Fall 2014After a few weeks of law school Frances Mahon boldly went to professor Alan Young’s office at Osgoode Hall Law…
Written by Michael McKiernanIssue: Fall 2014No matter what your undergraduate specialty was, law school is a different beast altogether. So what do you need to…
Written by Mallory HendryIssue: Fall 2014Assistant editor Mallory Hendry caught up with the University of Alberta’s new law dean Paul Paton soon after he officially…
Written by Yamri TaddeseIssue: Fall 2014Entrepreneurship is a catchword in the practice of law these days, but it’s also a skill you could use when…
Written by Ted FlettIssue: Fall 2014Randy Campbell sits at the front of the class, usually without neighbours. “I like to feel like it’s just me…
Written by Arshy MannIssue: Fall 2014Harry Arthurs knows a thing or two about legal education. The 79-year-old has been a fixture of Canada’s legal community…
Written by Mallory HendryIssue: Fall 2014Practising in class actions, in Windsor, Ont., government, in Edmonton
Written by Veronica YeungIssue: Fall 2014My costumes are inspired by an interest in classical Japanese ghost folklore and my studies in law and social justice…
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Written by Gail J. CohenIssue: Fall 2014Ontario’s new law practice program has taken flight providing budding lawyers with the opportunity to get their licence to practise…
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