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Professor Elaine Craig ft in "Why Women Can't Get Justice From Sexual-Assault Trials" The Walrus (February 20)

Professors Archie Kaiser and Sheila Wildeman ft in "Apology sought for 'disturbing' confinement of people with disabilities" The Canadian Press [syndicated] (February 19)

Professor Jonathon Penney ft in "(Mis)conceptions About the Impact of Surveillance" Princeton University's Center for Information Technology Policy's Freedom to Tinker blog (February 14)

Professor Kim Brooks ft in "Surprise! Canada Revenue Agency set to release tax gap data this month" Canadian Accountant (February 13)

Professor Elaine Craig ft in "Review: Putting Trials on Trial is a damning indictment of how legal system handles sexual assault" The Globe and Mail (February 13)

Professor Elaine Craig ft in "Putting Trials on Trial: Sexual Assault and the Failure of the Legal Profession" Publishers Weekly (February 12)

Professor Elaine Craig ft in "Top court rejects use of sexual stereotyping in case of man who abused stepdaughter" iPolitics (February 9)

Professor Meinhard Doelle ft in "Bill C-69: The Proposed New Federal Impact Assessment Act" Dalhousie University blogs Environmental Law News (February 9)

Alumnus Mark Knox (LLB '85) and Schulich School of Law students ft in "Lessons learned from fighting 160-year prison sentence" CBC News Nova Scotia (February 8)

Professor Archie Kaiser, alumnus Mark Knox (LLB '85) and Schulich School of Law students ft in "Derek Twyman granted early release from 160-year prison sentence" CBC News Nova Scotia at 6 [19:37 min and 37:08 min] (February 7)

Professor Emeritus Wayne MacKay ft in "Decision to axe N.S. school boards, a reminder of power of cabinet: Charter expert" Global News Halifax (February 5)

Professor Phillip Saunders ft in "Fisheries Act changes extend habitat protection" The Chronicle Herald (February 6)

Alumnus Vince Calderhead (LLB '85) ft in "Nova Scotia human-rights case seeks to establish right to supported housing for people with disabilities" The Globe and Mail (February 4)

Alumnus Vince Calderhead (LLB '85) ft in "Groundbreaking case seeks to make supported homes for disabled declared a right" The Canadian Press [syndicated] (February 4)