Le 21 avril 2015

Top court rulings dating back to 1876 now online

Publication: National Post

Adam Dodek, Common Law Section, discusses the online access of all of the Supreme Court’s decisions, dating back to 1876 through digital scribes. “The Supreme Court’s website is a treasure trove of information about the history and workings of the court... This now makes the full library of Supreme Court decisions available to the public, to researchers and to lawyers.”

New Veterans Charter: marking time and where to from here?

Publication: The Hill Times 

In this Op-Ed, Michael Drapeau, Faculty of Law, discusses the government’s announcements of new benefits for veterans. These announcements were made in response to the Standing Committee on Veterans Affairs Report titled The New Veterans Charter: Moving Forward.

Nunavut lawyers host April 21 Iqaluit dinner on Arctic maritime law

Publication: Nunatsiaq News

Donald McRae, Common Law Section, will lead a talk on Arctic sovereignty hosted by the Nunavut branch of the Canadian Bar Association.

Release Date: 
Mardi, Avril 21, 2015
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