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Professor Rob Currie ft in "Nova Scotian facing murder charge tried to bribe his way out of Venezuela jail: documents" CBC News (March 23)  

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Six N.S. youth plead guilty to sharing intimate photos of high school girls" The Globe and Mail (March 22) [syndicated]

Professor Jeffrey Meyers ft in "James Comey's testimony at the House Intelligence Committee's first public hearing on Trump's wiretapping allegation" Roundhouse Radio 98.3 Vancouver (March 20) 

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Under-reporting, over-acquitting & victim blaming: Are we surprised Canadian women aren’t reporting sexual assault?" The Calgary Journal (March 18)

Professor Archie Kaiser and Dalhousie Legal Aid Service ft in "Audience members tell panellists street checks are unfair" The Signal (March 18)

Dalhousie Legal Aid Service's Annual General Meeting ft in "Adding Fuel to the Blais: The Meeting on Police Checks" Halifax Examiner (March 18)

Professor Rob Currie ft in "How the extradition process could work in Karim Baratov's case" CBC News (March 17)

Professor Jeffrey Meyers ft in "Trump's taxes" Roundhouse Radio 98.3 Vancouver (March 16) 

Professor Naiomi Metallic ft in "Small First Nation mulls becoming latest community to banish drug dealers" CBC News (March 16)

Schulich School of Law Innis Christie Lecture ft in "Precarious employment jeopardizing workers’ rights, Dal audience told" Local Xpress (March 16)

Professor Rob Currie ft in "What happens next?" The Loop (March 15)

Professor David VanderZwaag ft in "Report to Congress raises spectre of American ships challenging Canadian Arctic claims" National Post (March 14)

Professor Matthew Herder ft in "Dal prof says all clinical trial data should be available to public" CBC Information Moring (March 14)

Professor Matthew Herder ft in "Health Canada aims to release secret drug records" Toronto Star (March 13)

Professor Matthew Herder ft in "Health Canada talks of opening up 'black box of medicines' safety'" CBC News (March 10)

Professor Jeffrey Meyers ft in "What do President Trump's recent allegations against Barack Obama mean for him? Should it be an impeachable offense or 'high crime' if Trump is wrong?" Roundhouse Radio 98.3 Vancouver (March 9) 

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "After Yet Another Controversial Acquittal, Some Sex Assault Reforms on the Way" VICE News (March 9)  

Professor Steve Coughlan ft in "Federal justice minister moves to end 'zombie laws,' clean up Criminal Code" CTV News (March 8)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Lawyer speaks out in defence of cab driver acquitted of sexual assault" CBC News (March 6)

Professor Elaine Craig ft in "Canada judge's 'a drunk can consent' ruling stirs debate" BBC News (March 6)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Wayne MacKay on consent and the law" CTV Atlantic (March 6)

Professor Elaine Craig ft in "Crown should appeal ‘Clearly a drunk can consent’ ruling: Editorial" Toronto Star (March 5)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "On consent and capacity: 'We actually don’t know where the legal line is'" LocalXpress (March 3)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "Petition seeking formal inquiry into judge who acquitted Halifax taxi driver gaining steam" News 95.7 (March 3)

Professor Wayne MacKay ft in "'Clearly, a drunk can consent'; Cabbie's acquittal renews debate on alcohol, consent rulings" Toronto Sun (March 3) [syndicated]  

Professor Elaine Craig ft in "‘Clearly, a drunk can consent’: N.S. judge acquits taxi driver of sexually assaulting woman in back seat" National Post (March 2)

Professor Joanna Erdman ft in "Women are suffering globally – we must act now" The Guardian (March 2) 

Professor Jennifer Llewellyn ft in "Sexual Assault Advocates Pushing for Nova Scotia Judge’s Removal After Controversial Decision" VICE (March 2)

Professor Jeffrey Meyers ft in "What type of President is the United States looking for?" Roundhouse Radio 98.3 Vancouver (March 2) 

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