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.
Sunday, 12 July 2015 16:00 Written by Eli Zbar
|TRU law student Brianna Meyer is spending the summer with the 70 tribal and First Nation communities in Alaska.|
|Louise Fournier at the 2015 Summer Universiade games held in Gwangju, South Korea.|
Monday, 29 June 2015 08:00 Written by Ted Flett
Monday, 22 June 2015 08:00 Written by Anastasiya Jogal
Monday, 15 June 2015 08:00 Written by Ian Holloway
Tradition is the foundation on which our professional culture is built. It is the centripetal force that holds us together in the face of centrifugal forces wanting to pull us apart. Things like gowning or bowing to the court, or talking about a place called “Upper Canada,” may seem quaint and old-fashioned, but they give us a sense of rootedness and they guard against the human tendency to the arrogance of the here and now.
|Meenakshi Lakhanpal says she cast her net wide and worked to create opportunities to prepare herself for getting articles.|