Law School

Don't Frame TWU's Community Covenant Issue as a Freedom of Religion Issue

Blake Bromley | Posted 09.28.2014 | Canada Politics
Blake Bromley

TWU's statutory object is to provide a university education to persons of any creed. It is the BC legislature which has enacted the statute which uses the mandatory "shall" when articulating the requirement that TWU's education be provided to persons of "any creed". It went on to expressly state that TWU's Bylaws must not include anything "that is in conflict with this Act".

I've Been Out and Proud for 25 Years

Nikki Gershbain | Posted 08.30.2014 | Canada Impact
Nikki Gershbain

As I find myself on the eve of World Pride weekend, making plans to march in the parade with my partner, my son and step-daughter, and their dads, I cannot help but reflect on the fact that it has been almost a quarter of a century since I came out. Our children are in Grades one and three. They love all of their moms, and my parents are thrilled to be grandparents -- to not one but, now, two kids. I continue to be an advocate, although today it takes different forms. Today, my girlfriend and I dream about getting married in the backyard of our home. I will get married because now I want to. And now I can.

A Faith-Based Law School? Now There's an Oxymoron

Kolby Solinsky | Posted 07.07.2014 | Canada Living
Kolby Solinsky

Pushers for Trinity Western and its faith-based law school -- which is an oxymoron up there with civil war and old news -- would like you to believe this whole deal is about religious freedom. How can any law school be able to create, foster, and spit out our next generation of lawyers when it doesn't hold our values? Not just Canadian values but simple human-to-human values.

Harry Jerome Award Bay Street Lawyer - Mentoring Matters

Samuel Getachew | Posted 06.30.2013 | Canada
Samuel Getachew

This past weekend - the Black Business Professional and Business Association (BBPA) honored some of Canada's best and brightest at the Harry Jerome Aw...

A Canadian Life Committed To Justice

Samuel Getachew | Posted 11.26.2012 | Canada Impact
Samuel Getachew

Long before Mark Persaud became the Queen's Golden Jubilee medal winning activist, the noted Toronto lawyer spent many trying days as a new immigrant on the streets of Toronto, homeless. He opens up on the early days as an immigrant, his law career, why he is a patriotic Canadian and the reason why he is committed to peace and justice in Canada and abroad via the Canadian International Peace Project.

Is A Law Degree Still A 'Golden Ticket'?

The Huffington Post Canada | Siobhan McClelland | Posted 09.04.2012 | Canada Living

This feature was produced by Siobhan McClelland, a student in Ryerson University's School of Journalism, in partnership with The Huffington Post Canad...

Canadian Law Schools Looking For Diversity In Student Body

CP | Linda Nguyen, The Canadian Press | Posted 10.21.2012 | Canada Impact

TORONTO - Going to law school was not something Janine Manning ever dreamed of doing.Now, as she's preparing to write her Law School Admission Test in...

In the Prairies, We Can Talk Farm

Ross Macnab | Posted 08.26.2012 | Canada Living
Ross Macnab

You find Saskatchewan people everywhere. We often stray from the province and find ourselves working, visiting or living our lives in other parts of Canada. When you discover one of us -- as you most certainly will -- there is a good chance that the conversation will turn, at some point, to farming. I guess people just really like to talk about farming and they believe that we're more likely than others to indulge them.