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New book explores relationship between legislation and court interpretations

   Wednesday, December 19 2018

TRU Law associate professors Chris Hunt and Micah Rankin have published a collection of essays examining statutory legislation and courts.

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TRU Law students succeed at annual moot competition

   Tuesday, November 27 2018

Students in the TRU Faculty of Law did well competing with their colleagues from UBC and University of Victoria at the annual moot.

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Over $100K awarded to law students

   Friday, November 23 2018

Over $100,000 in scholarships, bursaries and Dean’s Course Prizes were presented at the biannual Law Student Awards Reception.

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Salmon run puts Indigenous issues into perspective

   Friday, October 5 2018

TRU Law students learned about the importance of the Adams River salmon run from Indigenous elders who want to protect the fishery.

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Singer to deliver address sponsored by the world’s only Chair in Transgender Studies

   Thursday, September 27 2018

TRU Law's Samuel Singer will present a public lecture sponsored by the world’s only Chair in Transgender Studies on September 28.

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Law duo to be published in Harvard Law journal

   Tuesday, September 25 2018

Two TRU Law alumni have been selected to be published in a Harvard Law journal

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Volume 4 of the CJCCL Now Published

Volume 4 of the CJCCL Now Published

   Saturday, August 11 2018

This year’s volume of the CJCCL contains eight papers and is titled Privacy, Identity, and Control: Emerging Issues in Data Protection.

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Law students at 2018 GRITE

Student research supports high-profile human rights cases

   Tuesday, July 31 2018

Brandy Falkevitch is one of two law students researching how regulation of overseas mining operations in Latin America affects human rights.

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Student pens free guide for lawyers and Indigenous clients

   Thursday, July 26 2018

Lorna Fadden is using her expertise in linguistics to help Indigenous people in the criminal justice system.

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Chris Hunt and Milad Javdan publish on Tercon and fundamental breach

   Wednesday, June 20 2018

TRU Law's Chris Hunt and alumnus Javdan collaborate to publish their research in Canadian Business Law Journal.

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How Relevant is Aboriginal Law to YOUR career: A panel discussion

  Date: January 21, 1:00pm - 2:30pm
  Location: Old Main

Learn why Aboriginal law classes can enhance your studies in the areas of corporate commercial, environmental and tax.

TRU Law Guest Speaker: Dispute Resolution in the Digital Age

  Date: January 24, 10:30am - 11:30pm
  Location: Old Main

BC Civil Resolution Tribunal presented by Shannon Salter, Chair of the Civil Resolution Tribunal.

What Lawyers Should be Telling Their Clients

  Date: January 24, 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  Location: Old Main

What lawyers should be telling their clients about the process, especially when a cost-effective alternative is available.

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