Nobody reads those "end user license agreements" that pop up on your phone or computer, right? So if nobody reads them, do they matter? And if you do read them, what should you know?
#metoo has been changing how we see and react to harassment for some time now -- but what is the definition of harassment? Let's take a look at the Ontario Health & Safety Act with Workplace Law instructor Colleen Dempsey.
What’s in a comma? A lot of zeroes, sometimes — Law 204/704 developer Peter Kissick joins us to talk about a legendary case involving a comma, utility poles and $2.1 million dollars.
Dive into the amazing world of case research with professor Mary Jo Maur, developer and instructor of Law 201/701 — Introduction to Canadian Law in this edition of the podcast!
Chances are you’ve seen or heard the name of a legal case. Lawyers call this the “style of cause.” Once you’ve cracked the code for a style of cause, there’s a lot of information in one short title!
Why is it the bedrock of our criminal justice system? How does it level the playing field of one person versus all of society? And… is it really as venerable and ancient a principle as we think it is?
Marijuana Legalization and the Federal-Provincial Relationship: Fundamentals of Canadian Law Podcast 004
We all know that the Canadian federal government is decriminalizing marijuana, but what does that mean?
The difference between “Aboriginal” and “Indigenous” Law with Hugo Choquette: Fundamentals of Canadian Law Podcast 003
Aboriginal Law? Indigenous Law? What’s the difference? There is one — and it’s huge!
This week on Fundamentals of Canadian Law, the “Convict Code,” duress as a defense, and prison discipline — we’re joined by professor Lisa Kerr, a faculty member at Queen’s Law.
We’re joined by Morgan Jarvis, Director of the Queen’s Business Law Clinic and the designer of an upcoming course on intellectual property for the Queen’s Certificate in Law.