(Feb 21) The University of Houston Law Center and the University of Calgary Faculty of Law are co-sponsoring a two-day symposium on February 23-24, 2017, which will focus on energy and environmental issues facing North America.
(Feb 13) The Family Law Incubator project at the University of Calgary Faculty of Law represents another step in its commitment to experiential learning and preparing lawyers of the future, while increasing access to justice.
Professor Martin Olszynski's recent paper on the implementation of "adaptive management" in Alberta's energy resource sector has been accepted for publication in the University of British Columbia Law Review.
(Feb 6) UCalgary Law students joined more than 20 law schools across Canada for the 12 hour Research-a-Thon — drafting arguments that could potentially legally challenge the Canada-U.S. Safe Third Country Agreement.
Professor Sharon Mascher co-authored a chapter entitled "Rights-Based 'Recognition': The Canadian Experience in a book entitled "Constitutional Recognition of First Peoples in Australia: Theories and Comparative Experiences."
Alberta Renewable Energy Cooperative (SPARK) and Canadian Institute for Resources Law are hosting a round table session on November 30th between experts in the Alberta energy industry, to provide consumers with a better understanding of the consequences and effects of current changes in Alberta's electricity market.
The Faculty of Law and the Canadian Institute of Resources Law invite you to attend a free public lecture on Medically Assisted Dying – Past, Present and Future, presented by Professor Jennifer Koshan.
Join Michael Doucet, Executive Director of the Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC), for a discussion on the role and expectations of SIRC lawyers and the value they provide to ensure the Committee fulfills its mandate.