12 mai 2017

Liberals reshape judicial bench with appointments of women (The Globe and Mail)
Rosemary Cairns Way, Faculty of Law, supports the government's move to appoint more women to the judicial bench as a way of achieving gender parity.

Some unconventional family reproductive arrangements can ‘simulate’ incest, experts warn (National Post)
Vanessa Gruben, Faculty of Law, says critical conversations need to happen before people enter “intrafamilial collaborative reproductive arrangements,” the sharing of eggs, sperm or wombs among first-degree relatives.

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Time for Premier Brad Wall to focus on carbon price implementation (blog) (Pembina Institute)
Nathalie Chalifour, Faculty of Law, has analyzed the federal government's authority to enact a carbon price in a series of articles published by iPolitics and a piece in the National Journal of Constitutional Law.

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