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Restorative conference draws global crowd

Restorative justice leaders gather in Halifax to share expertise, commend Nova Scotia’s "fierce initiative"

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Canada's first food law conference

Join Schulich Law and Food Lawyers in Canada in Halifax November 3-4, 2016 to explore law’s changing role in Canadian food systems and chart the future of food law and policy in Canada.

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Unlocking international opportunities

The Pamela and Andrew Brands Award International Internship in Law supports first‑year students interested in pursuing international careers.

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In the Media

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Why Canada needs cyberbulling laws that avoid police probes" The Rick Howe Show (July 28)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Canada needs cyberbullying laws that avoid police probes, expert says" The Canadian Press [syndicated] (July 27)

Law student Mary Rolf ft in "Social media scrutiny of Ghomeshi trial could lead to legal reforms: researcher" The Canadian Press [syndicated] (July 27)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Canada needs cyberbullying laws that allow for non-criminal solutions: professor" The Canadian Press [syndicatd] (July 27)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Canada needs cyberbullying laws that allow for non-criminal solutions: professor" Global News (July 26)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Cyber Crime with Wayne MacKay" CBC World This Weekend (July 25)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Cyber-crime conference to tackle challenges of delivering justice in digital age" CTV News Atlantic (July 25)

Assistant Professor of Law Naiomi Metallic ft in "Advocates call for minority judges as figures show 'judiciary of whiteness'" The Canadian Press [syndicated] (July 18)  

Professor of Law Wayne MacKay ft in "P.E.I. care home employee fired after photo of deceased resident shared on Snapchat" CBC News (July 18)

Assistant Professor of Law Naiomi Metallic ft in "Indian Act By-Laws: A Viable Means for First Nations to (Re)Assert Control over Local Matters Now and Not Later" UNB Law Journal [link not available] (July 16)  

Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Law & Technology Institute Robert Currie and part-time Faculty member David Fraser ft in "U.S. law can’t force American service providers to turn over foreign data: Court" IT World Canada (July 15)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Bridgewater teens accused of sharing intimate images of 20 local girls" CBC News (July 8)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Rent strike? Halifax public housing residents decry maintenance issues" Global News (July 6)