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April 8, 2019

Posted by Darcy MacRae on April 8, 2019

Please find below suggested Dalhousie University experts on current topics of regional, provincial, national and international interest for Monday, April 8, 2019

How will latest Omar Khadr court ruling impact relations between Canada and U.S. lawmakers?
Dalhousie Expert: 
Robert Currie, Professor of Law, Schulich School of Law, Law and Technology Institute.
Research Specialties: International criminal law, international litigation, international law, extradition, civil procedure, criminal law. 
Contact: robert.currie@dal.ca and 902-494-1012.

Inverness County named happiest place in Nova Scotia; what are the keys to achieving personal, regional happiness?
Dalhousie Expert: 
Dr. Laura Eramian, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology. 
Research Specialties: Economy, work and development, social justice and inequality, ethnicity, personhood, political anthropology, personal relationships.
Contact: leramian@dal.ca and 902-494-2523.

Examining the possibility, and probability, of Prime Minister suing Leader of the Opposition over statements in House and in public
Dalhousie Expert: 
Wayne MacKay, Professor Emeritus of Law, Yogis and Keddy Chair in Human Rights Law.
Research Specialties: Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, cyberbullying, education law, human rights, humanitarian law, public policy analysis, public law and public interest.
Contact: Wayne.Mackay@dal.ca and 902-483-7810.

Health of Canada’s global competitiveness questioned by RBC CEO during Halifax visit
Dalhousie Expert: 
Dr. Lars Osberg, Professor, Department of Economics. 
Research specialties: Labour economics, income and wealth distribution.
Contact: lars.osberg@dal.ca and 902-494-6988.

Rising ocean levels among biggest threats posed to Atlantic Canada by climate change 
Dalhousie Expert: 
Dr. Boris Worm, Department of Biology. 
Research Specialties: Marine biodiversity, its causes, conservation, marine sanctuaries, management of marine ecosystems.
Contact: bworm@dal.ca and 902-494-2478/902-210-8330.