Post Archive

January 2018

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I am indeed aware of the starving children and I would help them before the animals if I could. Satisfied?  The “why care about animals and not suffering people?” argument is one that comes to many minds when they first see this title. It is fallacious because by that logic,
Why Family Law Picture

Whenever I tell people I want to practice family, everyone always asks the same question and usually with a bit of disdain: Why Family Law? Well, there are many aspects to family law: Children, Property, Contracts, and Financials. As someone with a business background, my favorite area of family law
Mole in all its glory.

Taco Bell, Chipotle, your local bar’s fully loaded nachos. For most of us this triumvirate is how we ingest the majority of our “Mexican” food here in Canada.  Overcooked ground beef, copious amounts of sour cream, and a bunch of replacement level hot sauce is what defines this sad and
A view of Barcelona from the top of the famed Sagrada Familia

I’d be lying if I said that this whole exchange thing was something that I was actually considering before approximately one hour before the application was due. I had friends ask me if I was thinking of going on exchange, and I had roughly 100 reasons to say no; For
Space Debris

The Queen’s Sustainability and Environmental Law Club informs us on an important and growing issue in our solar system.
lady bird

I thought Lady Bird (2017) was a fantastic movie. Irish actress Saoirse Ronan follows up her amazing performance in Brooklyn (2015) with another phenomenal portrayal of a senior in high school. Lady Bird and Brooklyn are very similar movies, dealing with coming of age and handling love, while also  both

It’s hard to open a book between semesters, especially in law school. You’ve just come off a few months of intensive readings, and now you have all the time in the world and a backlog of recommended TV series to binge. The goal is to find an even more binge-worthy
Photo from Ryerson University.

The proposed Ryerson University Law School came one step closer to becoming a reality last month when it received preliminary approval from the Federation of Law Societies of Canada. The suggestion of an eighth law school being launched in Ontario has generated a wealth of discussion within the legal community.