The LSS Aboriginal Student Representative: The Position, its Importance, and What it Means for Queen’s Law
For the first time ever, the Queen’s Law Students’ Society (LSS) is conducting an election for the newly-created position of Aboriginal Student Representative. Juris Diction staff writer Catherine Cliff discussed the new position with Jason Mercredi, the 1L student who petitioned the LSS to create the position. Jason is also a council member of the Queen’s Aboriginal Law Students’ Alliance.
Mariam Awan gives a primer on some contentious issues in the TTP
This academic year is Mark Asfar’s sixth year sporting tricolour and singing the Oil Thigh around Queen’s campus (mostly at homecoming and football games). We sat down to discuss his experience at Queen’s Law and his participation in the larger communities of Queen’s and Kingston.
Editor-in-Chief Adam Sadinsky encourages undecided voters to vote for lawyers in Monday’s General Election
Little tidbits of trivia that shouldn’t shape your vote, but just may
Welcome to the newest segment of Juris Diction. In this column, entitled Split Decision, Jacob Mantle and Jess Spindler discuss current political affairs from both political and legal perspectives. The current election provides us a perfect first topic: the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Michelle Amri explores the issue of employers enforcing healthy behaviours on employees
Opinion Editors James Omran and Harshi Mann spoke with professors at Queen’s University Faculty of Law about what legal issues law students should consider when voting in the upcoming federal election on October 19, 2015.
Kathleen Lahey, a professor at Queen’s University Faculty of Law, addresses the issues surrounding childcare in the context of the upcoming Canadian federal election. She specializes in taxation, tax policy, property law, gender and equality, and law and sexuality.
The Conservative Take on Crime Policy
Harper’s Surveillance Decade