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Aboriginal speakers impact students on law field trip

Sunny LeBourdais

  Posted on: February 11, 2016

First-year law students who have been studying Aboriginal Rights and Title and Indigenous Law took an annual field trip to the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, to hear from members of the Aboriginal community on rights and land title, resources, Indigenous law and residential school experiences.

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Social justice law group supports Ecuadorian community

  Posted on: September 8, 2015

The Justice and Corporate Accountability Project, co-founded by TRU Law faculty member Charis Kamphuis, was one of four social justice groups who intervened successfully in an international environmental case at the Supreme Court of Canada in support of an indigenous Ecuadorian community.

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TRU students excel at National Aboriginal Law Moot

  Posted on: March 25, 2014

TRU Law students explored important Aboriginal legal and political issues and gained unique practical experience at the 20th Annual Kawaskimhon National Aboriginal Law Moot hosted by the Toronto Faculty of Law March 6-9.

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Inaugural Law Faculty Bring Expertise from Around the World and Canada

  Posted on: June 14, 2011

Thompson River University (TRU) Faculty of Law has announced its incoming faculty who will come from across Canada and around the world. They will be teaching at Canada’s newest Law School and will help to shape what will be a truly unique law school. TRU Faculty of Law will be the first new law school…

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Plans for Law School at TRU Announced in Provincial Throne Speech

  Posted on: February 16, 2009

Partnership plans with the University of Calgary announced by TRU The announcement of government plans to establish a Law School at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, and the announcement of partnership plans between TRU and the University of Calgary will bring economic benefits and national and international recognition for both the university and the community,…

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