Our guest blogger for the month is Ryan Luttikhuis, a graduate of the Certificate in Law program. Ryan shares how Certificate in Law has supplemented his passion in film, and how he was able to use his legal knowledge in his current career. Read more to know his story.
Our featured instructor for this month is Hugo Choquette, Certificate in Law Academic Director and instructor for Law 202/702 Aboriginal Law.
Certificate in Law graduate and Law school student Amanda Scorda talks about her Queen's journey and how it has led her to Law school.
Lori Philpott, Law '22 went from Certificate in Law student, to JD student, to becoming a TA for the very course she once took, LAW 202/207 [Aboriginal Law].
Guest blogger Zabrina Testa shares her experience taking the Certificate in Law with her daughter, Allison. Hear what Zabrina enjoys most about the Certificate and having her daughter as a study buddy.
Content warning: this podcast contains graphic details that may be disturbing to listeners. Professor Lisa Kerr discusses a unanimous Supreme Court of Canada decision in May 2019 ordering a new trial for Bradley Barton, the Ontario trucker accused of killing Indigenous woman Cindy Gladue.
Did the Supreme Court of Canada contradict itself on Canada's Duty to Consult Indigenous people last October in its ruling on the Misikew Cree First Nation case? After the 2018 Trans Mountain decision, it might seem so. We break down the details of this Supreme Court decision with Hugo Choquette, the developer and Instructor of LAW 202/702: Aboriginal Law.
What are the legal principles behind the Duty to Consult, recently raised in the Federal Court of Appeal decision regarding the Trans Mountain pipeline?
We make a 250+ page court decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline easy to understand, with course instructors Cherie Metcalf and Hugo Choquette.
There’s a lot to unpack when it comes to the Kinder Morgan — soon, Government of Canada — pipeline. British Columbia has challenged it, as have several Indigenous groups.