IDEALaw 2018 Conference: Law's Human Impact
Please join us at the Weldon Law Building on March 10th for the biannual IDEALaw 2018 Conference. IDEALaw is a conference focusing on access to justice issues organized by law students at Dalhousie University. This year our conference focuses on first voices experiences with access to justice issues. March 10th will see four fascinating panels concerning justice issues:
9:00am Rm 105 Opening Remarks
9:15am Rm 105 Panel 1: Access to Justice for Incarcerated Persons
10:35am Lobby Break with Refreshments Provided
10:45am Rm 105 Privacy Now: the Consumer, the Individual, and the State
12:10pm Atrium Free Lunch!
1:00pm Rm 105 Race and the Law: Intergenerational Impacts on Indigenous and Black Communities in Nova Scotia
2:30pm Rm 105 Disability and Human Rights: The People v Nova Scotia
Weldon Law Building
Please register to attend panels for FREE at http://www.idealaw2018.com/register1.html
This Event is sponsored by the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University, but the topics of discussion are not strictly legal and will be of interest to all Dalhousie Students and community members.