Author Archives: David Rennie

About David Rennie

David Rennie is a 2017 Juris Doctorate candidate at the University of Calgary. David received a Bachelor of Arts from Dalhousie University and the University of King’s College. During law school, David has volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada, worked as a research assistant at the University of Calgary, and will be completing his articles at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP.

Announcing a New Resource for the Letter Decisions of the Alberta Energy Regulator

By: Nigel Bankes, Amy Matychuk, and David Rennie PDF Version: Announcing a New Resource for the Letter Decisions of the Alberta Energy Regulator Decisions Commented On: The Participatory/Procedural Decisions of the AER Several years ago now, ABlawg published a series of … Continue reading

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Making Sense of Aboriginal and Racialized Sentencing

By: Joshua Sealy-Harrington and David Rennie PDF Version: Making Sense of Aboriginal and Racialized Sentencing Cases Commented On: R v Laboucane, 2016 ABCA 176 (CanLII); R v Kreko, 2016 ONCA 367 (CanLII) In R v Laboucane, 2016 ABCA 176 (CanLII), the … Continue reading

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