Category Archives: Legal Education

Trinity Western University: Policing Gender and Requiring LGBTQI+ People to Pay for It

By: Saul Templeton PDF Version: Trinity Western University: Policing Gender and Requiring LGBTQI+ People to Pay for It This post is a follow-up to my previous post, Trinity Western University: Your Tax Dollars at Work. The first two parts respond … Continue reading

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Law Society of Alberta Responds on TWU Law School Issue

By: Jennifer Koshan PDF Version: Law Society of Alberta Responds on TWU Law School Issue Back in February we posted a letter sent by signatories from the University of Calgary and University of Alberta law schools to the Law Society of … Continue reading

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U of C and U of A Law Profs’ Submission to the Law Society of Alberta on Trinity Western University Law School

By Jennifer Koshan, Jonnette Watson Hamilton and Alice Woolley  PDF Version: U of C and U of A Law Profs’ Submission to the Law Society of Alberta on Trinity Western University Law School Commented on: Letter from members of the … Continue reading

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In Memoriam: The Law Society of Alberta Code of Professional Conduct, 1995-2011 (1995 Code)

PDF version: In Memoriam: The Law Society of Alberta Code of Professional Conduct, 1995-2011 (1995 Code) Comment on: The new Law Society of Alberta Code of Conduct. In the fall of 2011 the Law Society of Alberta implemented a new … Continue reading

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Introducing LawNet Alberta, formerly known as ACJNet Alberta

Thanks to the Alberta Law Foundation, the Access to Justice Network, ACJNet, a well-known Canadian public legal information and education site, has been comprehensively restructured and re-launched as three attractive web portals: LawNet Alberta, LawNet Canada, and LawNet Français. The … Continue reading

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