Faculty of Law News Archive
February 23, 2018 —
"Are lawyers rich?" asked a student before Professor David Ireland began his presentation to a jam-packed Moot Courtroom at Robson Hall this Thursday, February 22. Laughing along with the grade 11 and 12 high school students filling the largest auditorium in the building, Ireland gave students a taste of what to expect if they want to pursue careers in law.
Op-ed: The trial over Colten Boushie’s death re-exposed wounds. Could Indigenous peoples having their own criminal justice systems be the answer?
February 15, 2018 —
But let us take the question further, law professor writes in Maclean's
February 15, 2018 —
Osgoode Hall Law School Professor Dr. Benjamin Geva gave the first Distinguished Visitors Lecture of 2018 at Robson Hall discussing the confusing and elusive topic of Digital Currencies in his talk, “Money and Payments Digitization: Evolution, Revolution and the Law.”
February 13, 2018 —
Faculty of Law professors research sheds light on legal issues
February 8, 2018 —
Winnipeg lawyer and Robson Hall alum Sherri Walsh [LL.B./85] has received unanimous backing from the City of Winnipeg's executive policy committee after she tabled a new Code of Conduct for City Councillors.
February 7, 2018 —
Dr. Jonathan Black-Branch, was presented with the MBA 2017 President's Award of Excellence at the Mid-Winter Awards Luncheon held January 19.
February 6, 2018 —
‘Cyber forensics’ sounds like the theme of a William Gibson sci fi novel but to Dr. Nagarathna Annappa, it, along with Criminal and Medical Law, is her main area of research interest. Dr. Annappa is a Visiting Scholar at Robson Hall’s Centre for Human Rights Research throughout February, 2018.
February 2, 2018 —
A Robson Hall student group took action to raise awareness about Mental Health this week by hosting a "Bell Let's Talk Day" project.
February 1, 2018 —
Religious organizations and editorial writers have sown confusion about new eligibility criteria for organizations that want to hire students under the Canada Summer Jobs program. They would have readers believe that the federal government is violating individual and organizational Charter-protected rights to freedom of religion and freedom of expression.
January 29, 2018 —
The Student Pipeline Action Committee (SPAC) hosted its inaugural speaking panel event "Beyond Borders: Pipeline Resistance from Standing Rock to Manitowapow" last term that brought together an all-Indigenous panel of speakers to present on and discuss the experience of impacted and potentially impacted communities like the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota.