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Professors Chris Hunt and Micah Rankin publish in the McGill Law Journal

  Posted on: January 8, 2016

Professors Chris Hunt and Micah Rankin’s article “Anonymity, the Rule of Law and the Shriveling of the Biographical Core” (2015) 61:1 McGill Law Journal 193, examines the Supreme Court of Canada’s recent decision in R v Spencer, 2014 SCC 43, which determined that individuals have a Charter-protected privacy interest in their internet subscriber information. Hunt and…

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John O'Fee

Law faculty member makes “Queen’s List”

  Posted on: January 5, 2016

TRU Law faculty member and Kamloops lawyer John O’Fee is one of 32 recipients of the prestigious Queen’s Counsel (QC) designation, recognizing his leadership and excellence in the field.

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Diab and Johnson books

Season’s readings

  Posted on: December 10, 2015

Out of many treats to enjoy over the holidays, reading is one of those pleasures that doesn’t require kitchen cleanup, expensive equipment or just the right weather. Here are a few books by TRU faculty and staff to add to your reading list.

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TRU Law partners with Centrepoint BC

  Posted on: September 21, 2015

The TRU Faculty of Law signed an agreement on Sept. 17 with Centrepoint BC, the Interiors’ first all-inclusive meetings facility designed specifically for conflict resolution.

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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 law student getting first-hand view of enviro law

  Posted on: July 13, 2015

Brianna Mayer spends time with 70 tribal and First Nation communities researching land acquisition models and opening dialogues about water quality. These 70 communities constitute the Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Council (YRITWC).

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