National Council of Canadian Muslims' letter to the College of Law regarding John Gormley tweet

National Council of Canadian Muslims' letter to the College of Law regarding John Gormley tweet

The National Council of Canadian Muslims "welcomes the steps taken by the College of Law to address the highly offensive and Islamophobic tweet posted by John Gormley, an adjunct professor at the College..."

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Dean's message concerning John Gormley tweet

Dean's message concerning John Gormley tweet

You will be aware that an article appeared in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix on November 17, 2015, concerning a tweet posted by John Gormley. The president of the Law Students’ Association, Paul Fedoroff, contacted the Dean’s office on the same day to raise student concerns about this offensive communication.

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Law and Indigenous resource development: Africa and Canada

When it comes to natural resource development, governments and companies have traditionally held most of the power, but according to Ibironke Odumosu-Ayanu, communities around the world are demanding—and sometimes getting—a seat at the table.

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Remembering William (Bill) Ivan Clarke Wuttunee

Remembering William (Bill) Ivan Clarke Wuttunee

William (Bill) Ivan Clarke Wuttunee (JD’52) passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Oct. 31, 2015. The following retrospective on Wuttunee’s life was shared with his colleagues and friends across the college by Acting Dean Beth Bilson.

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Beth Bilson: A trailblazer for women in law

Beth Bilson: A trailblazer for women in law

As a young female law student completing her Ph.D., Beth Bilson’s academic prowess and leadership skills stood out. Earmarked for success, Bilson was recruited for a faculty position in the law school by a former college leader.

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CLASSIC: Bridging the legal gap

CLASSIC: Bridging the legal gap

It is a basic tenet of Canadian society that all citizens are equal before the law, but this view may be a bit naïve, explained Sarah Buhler, an assistant professor in the College of Law.

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Law alumna Jennifer Pereira receives 2015 Alumni Achievement Award

Law alumna Jennifer Pereira receives 2015 Alumni Achievement Award

Law alumna Jennifer Pereira (BA’01, LLB’03) will be presented with the 2015 Alumni Achievement Award for her community leadership and contributions to her profession at a reception on October 22, 2015 at Marquis Hall.

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Law alumni Henry & Cheryl Kloppenburg give back to community

Law alumni Henry & Cheryl Kloppenburg give back to community

When choosing a location for their law practice, law alumni Henry and Cheryl Kloppenburg decided to stay true to their Saskatchewan roots. Kloppenburg & Kloppenburg was established in Saskatoon.

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College of Law professor Ronald C.C. Cuming receives CBA National Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Restructuring Section Lifetime Achievement Award

College of Law professor Ronald C.C. Cuming receives CBA National Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Restructuring Section Lifetime Achievement Award

College of Law professor Ronald C.C. Cuming was presented with the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) National Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Restructuring Section Lifetime Achievement Award at the Section’s Pan-Canadian Insolvency Conference in Winnipeg on September 11, 2016.

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Edney kicks off 2015 McKercher Lecture Series

Edney kicks off 2015 McKercher Lecture Series

On Wednesday, Sept. 9, Guest Speaker Dennis Edney, QC, Counsel for Omar Khadr, kicked of the McKercher Lecture Series at the College of Law.

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Ponak receives 2015 Bora Laskin Award

Ponak receives 2015 Bora Laskin Award

Allen Ponak, special lecturer at the College of Law and adjunct professor at the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan, has been named recipient of the 2015 Bora Laskin Award.

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Former Dean of College of Law tendered resignation to accept Provincial Court Judge appointment in Saskatoon

As many of you know, I tendered my resignation as dean of law on October 16, 2014, to accept an appointment as a judge of the Provincial Court of Saskatchewan.

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Ripple Effect: The relationship between law, advocacy and the criminal justice system

Ripple Effect: The relationship between law, advocacy and the criminal justice system

Order of Canada recipient Kim Pate was appointed by the University of Saskatchewan College of Law as the Ariel F. Sallows Chair in Human Rights in June of 2014.

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U of S team runner-up at MacIntyre Cup

U of S team runner-up at MacIntyre Cup

The College of Law Western Canada Moot team was runner-up at the 2015 MacIntyre Cup competition held in in Saskatoon from Feb. 5 to 7.

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Rewarding diversity: Brad Berg and Brian Rolfes establish LGBT Rights Scholarship at the College of Law

Rewarding diversity: Brad Berg and Brian Rolfes establish LGBT Rights Scholarship at the College of Law

The duo’s generous commitment over four years recognizes students’ exemplary commitment to the pursuit of LGBT rights.

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College Mediation Advocacy Moot team goes to Paris

College Mediation Advocacy Moot team goes to Paris

The College of Law’s Mediation Advocacy Moot team returned from the 2015 International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Mediation Competition in Paris, France, from February 5 to 11 with one of 10 special awards.

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