Author Archives: Ian Holloway

About Ian Holloway

B.Sc. 1981, LL.B. (Dalhousie) 1985, LL.M. (Calif; Berkeley) 1992, Ph.D. (ANU) 1999. Called to the Bars of Nova Scotia (1986) and Ontario (2003). Dean of the University of Calgary, Faculty of Law. Professor. Please click here for more information.

Why We Should Care About Magna Carta

By: Ian Holloway PDF Version: Why We Should Care About Magna Carta I write this just as I’m returning to Canada from Runnymede, England. The Queen was there, as were the Duke of Edinburgh, the Princess Royal, and Prince William. … Continue reading

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A New Concord Between Bar and Academy? The Governor General’s Speech to the Canadian Bar Association

PDF version: A New Concord Between Bar and Academy? The Governor General’s Speech to the Canadian Bar Association It is hardly an everyday occurrence for a viceroy to call publicly for a meeting with law deans to talk about legal … Continue reading

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