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Bogart on the Liberal Party Convention resolution to decriminalize all drugs

Bill Bogart has given 12 radio interviews on programs across the country in the last two weeks regarding the resolution at the Liberal Party Convention to decriminalize all drugs. 

Listen to the full interview from the Jill Bennett show on CKNW Vancouver:

LAW’s WEFiGHT receives 2018 Victim Services Award from Attorney General

Minister Yasir Naqvi, Robyn Hodge, Lisa Gretzky The Attorney General, Yasir Naqvi, awarded 16 individuals and four organizations for their outstanding efforts towards raising awareness, providing support and advocating for victims of human trafficking.

Tanovich publishes op-ed on discrimination in jury selection

Professor David Tanovich published an op-ed in the Globe and Mail about why we must end discrimination in jury selection.

Read the full op-ed on the Globe and Mail website.

Tanovich on how racial bias likely impacted the Stanley verdict

In this Conversation essay, Professor Tanovich explores the triggers and process failures that enabled racial bias to impact the jury in the Gerald Stanley case.

Read the full essay on The Conversation website.

Moon publishes op-ed on Pope's refusal to apologize for residential schools

Professor Richard Moon published an op-ed in the Ottawa Citizen about the Pope's refusal to apologize for the Catholic Church's role in the residential school system.

Kayla Smith discusses the "Resisting the Criminalization of Black Youth" symposium with CBC Windsor

Windsor Law student, Kayla Smith (1L), spoke with CBC Windsor about the "Resisting the Criminalization of Black Youth" symposium and some of the ways in which black youth are being discriminated against in the legal system.

Read the full article and listen to the interview audio on CBC Windsor's website.

Bogart discusses Vancouver's push to decriminalize drug possession with CTV Your Morning

Bill Bogart appeared on CTV's Your Morning on Tuesday to comment on Vancouver Council's resolution urging the  decriminalization of drugs. 

Law students to take part in Anishinaabe Law Camp

Windsor Law students now have the opportunity to learn Indigenous legal traditions through an intensive four-day Anishinaabe Law Camp on Walpole Island First Nation.

The Anishinaabe Law Camp, Pii ki giiigidod, N bizendaami: When Earth Speaks, We Listen, offers a unique and personal approach to reconciliation-related teaching and learning experiences.

Op-ed: Professor Tanovich responds to the Crown’s decision not to appeal the Stanley acquittal in the Globe and Mail

Professor David Tanovich published an op-ed in the Globe and Mail following the Crown’s decision not to appeal the Stanley acquittal on the Colten Boushie v. Gerald Stanley case.

Read the full op-ed on the Globe and Mail website.

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