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Professor Rollie Thompson ft in "Separated by a Hair: Motherisk, a once-respected lab inside the Hospital for Sick Children, performed tests for more than 100 child welfare providers in five provinces, an investigation reveals. For some families, the fallout is a tragedy" A Toronto Star/CBC Investigation (October 19)

Professor Naiomi Metallic, Chancellor's Chair in Aboriginal Law and Policy, ft in "Indigenous communities call for 'reconcili-action' 10 years after UN report" CBC News Nova Scotia (October 19)

Professor Sheila Wildeman ft in "Law governing those with intellectual deficits needs change: advocates" National Post (October 16)

Professor Matthew Herder, Director, Health Law Institute, ft in "Health Canada gives 'kiss of death' to planned policy for rare-disease drugs" National Post (October 16)

Professor Robert Currie ft in "Taliban-linked network that took Canadian and his family captive could face justice in Canada" The Canadian Press [syndicated] (October 15)

Alumnus Vince Calderhead ft in "Poverty-law lawyer Vince Calderhead’s mission to change the justice system" The Globe and Mail (October 6)

Professor Emeritus Wayne MacKay ft in "N.S. makes second attempt at 'vital' cyberbullying legislation" CTV News Atlantic (October 5)

Professor Steve Coughlan ft in "Ottawa tables statute clean-up bill: 41 federal laws fixed or repealed" The Lawyer's Daily (October 4)

Professor Naiomi Metallic ft in "Dalhousie chair focusing on Aboriginal issues" The Chronicle Herald (October 3)

Professor Archie Kaiser ft in "Proposed N.S. law aims to give adults with intellectual disabilities more independence" CBC News Nova Scotia (October 2) 

Law student Claudia Covalciuc ft in "Social justice fighter Covalciuc now taking law at Dalhousie" The Chronicle Herald (October 1)