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Meet the candidates for the 1L Council Secretary-Treasurer
Illustration by Katharine Zisser

Social, policing, judicial, or correctional, justice continues to mean something far from its intent for Aboriginal people within Canada’s criminal justice system.
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Matthew Cook discusses Spence v BMO Trust Company with Professor David Freedman

Russia will be absent from athletics events at this year’s Olympics. Staff writer Ethan Gordon digs into the details of this new Olympic scandal.

Acknowledging some of the Black Queen’s Law Alumni that have gone on to complete outstanding achievements in various areas of law.

Hockey is no stranger to controversies surrounding fighting, but the NHL’s latest suspension of a Calgary Flames player for physical abuse of a game official may not be as simple as it seems. NOTE: This piece was written prior to the announcement upholding Dennis Wideman’s suspension.
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Matthew Cook speaks to Queen’s Law professor Lynne Hanson about a new Toronto case, PP v DD, could affect the way courts define “vitiating consent” in Ontario
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Military experts at Queen’s Law discuss the legal issues arising from the Bergdahl case
Robert Baltovich speaking to the room

A Review of the Panel on the Wrongful Conviction of Robert Baltovich
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Mariam Awan gives a primer on some contentious issues in the TTP
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Ethan Gordon explores the evidentiary issues and media coverage in the Patrick Kane rape investigation
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An interview with new MP and Queen’s Law grad Nathaniel Erskine-Smith
Photo by Queen's University. Mark Asfar, left, at the Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Awarding and induction into the Tricolour Society, the highest tribute that can be paid to a student for valuable and distinguished service to the University in non-athletic, extra-curricular activities.

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.

With less than two weeks to go, it’s no longer about the leaders and their hair anymore—it’s about us!
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Michelle Amri explores the issue of employers enforcing healthy behaviours on employees
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A (hopefully) helpful guide to making the most of law school
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An interview with Jordan Furlong, legal market analyst and creator of

Two of his students reflect on their experiences of a beloved professor who will be dearly missed

Madison’s friends reflect in honour of her memory
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Whitney graduated from the University of Western Ontario (UWO) with a degree in Media, Information & Technoculture (MIT) and a long-standing interest in pursuing a legal career. Her studies in the MIT program cultivated her desire to build a profession in Entertainment Law and explore these fields from a legal
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Is the U of T TA Strike a Labour Relations Issue?
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An Interview with former Attorney General of Ontario John Gerretsen
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An Interview with Todd Storms (Senior Associate at Templeman Menninga LLP)
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A Q&A with James Clinton (2L) and Billie Leung (2L) about their 1L Summer Job Hunt