Upcoming Lectures at BC Law Schools

February 23, 2015

Every year, BC’s law schools host dozens of fascinating (and often free!) lectures on a huge array of topics. These lectures are presented from legal scholars from around the world, and many of them are eligible for CPD credit.

Here’s a look at some lectures coming up at Allard, UVic, and TRU law over the next several weeks:

Wednesday, February 25 — Allard Law
The State of Affairs of Freedom: Implications of Media Free Speech in German
Andrew Kenyon of the University of Melbourne Law School

Tuesday, March 3 — UVic Law
Rethinking the Discourse of Crisis in Aboriginal Corrections
Erfrat Arbel of Allard Law

Friday, March 6 — TRU Law
Puttin’ Up or Shuttin’ Up: Eight Things Law Societies Must Do to Improve Access to Justice
Richard Devlin of the Schulich School of Law (Dalhousie)

Wednesday, March 11 — Allard Law
2015 Mawhinney Lecture: The Good (and Bad) That Lawyers Do
Carrie Menkel-Meadow of the University of California – Irvine School of Law

Thursday, March 26 — Allard Law
Marlee Kline Lecture in Social Justice: The Poverty of Health Human Rights in Canada
Colleen Flood of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law

Tuesday, March 31 — TRU Law
A Kinder, Gentler Torture? Solitary Confinement and Human Rights in Canadian Prisons
Debra Parkes of the University of Manitoba School of Law

Happy listening and learning!

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