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I am writing this letter to you—via the public forum of Queen’s University—because I am really cheesed, and I want you, and the general Queen’s populace, to know about it.
Queen’s Law hosts talk on Aboriginal issues in law
Letter to the Editor
While Queen’s law students were enjoying Halloween and getting ready for the fall-term reading week, the Law Society of British Columbia (LSBC) handed down a major decision surrounding the Trinity Western University (TWU) controversy. The LSBC denied accreditation to TWU’s law school following an internal referendum resulting in 74% of
On August 14, 2014 the Canadian Bar Association (“CBA”) released the final report from its Legal Futures Initiative titled Futures: Transforming the Delivery of Legal Services in Canada (“the Report”). The release of the Report was hailed by Queen’s alumnus and legal futurist Jordan Furlong as a “watershed moment for
Assisted Suicide in Canada (Part V): Keep Physician-Assisted Suicide Illegal — and Sometimes Look the Other Way
Gender, disability, and age biases in Kevorkian’s physician-assisted suicides
A case for why language matters and individual autonomy
Why doctors can do better than offer suicide as a medical treatment
Vulnerable individuals need protection, but not at the expense of their autonomy