Faculty in the News

June 6, 2016, Dwight Newman, Disclosure law mustn't undermine efforts at Aboriginal reconciliation (The Globe and Mail)

June 6, 2016, John Kleefeld, Gallant government's judge-moving bill questioned by legal expert (CBC News)

June 3, 2016, Dwight Newman, Aboriginal natural resource transparency law needs tweaking (The Exchange, CBC)

May 27, 2016, Paul Finkelman, Born in the USA (news.usask.ca)

May 17, 2016, Dwight Newman, The paramountcy doctrine: Can cities really say no to pipelines? (Financial Post)

May 17, 2016, Ken Norman, Federal government introduces bill to boost transgender rights  (comments at 18:50) (CTV Saskatoon)

May 13, 2016, Dwight Newman,John Ibbiston: Canada’s relationship with indigenous people should be a partnership (Subscription only – The Globe and Mail)

May 11, 2016, Sarah BuhlerViewpoint: Phone access vital for incarcerated moms (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

May 10, 2016, Dwight Newman, Canada to adopt UN indigenous rights declaration (Jurist.org) 

April 29, 2016, Patricia Farnese, Bringing the U of S together under one health (On Campus News)

April 21, 2016, Glen LutherAnti-carding group brings concerns to police board (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

April 21, 2016, Glen LutherGroup says Saskatoon police street checks are illegal (CBC Saskatoon)

April 19, 2016, Glen Luther, Experts call street checks unconstitutional, racist (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

April 19, 2016, Paul Finkelman, Abraham Lincoln: First president to see Natives as equals (Indian Country Media) 

April 15, 2016, Barbara von TigerstromBanking on blood (The Lawyers Weekly)

April 15, 2016, Benjamin Ralston, Aboriginal leaders laud Supreme Court ruling (Saskatoon StarPhoenix) 

April 14, 2016, Paul Finkelman100 years ago, Justice Brandeis set Jewish tone for Supreme Court (The Jewish Chronicle)

April 14, 2016, Dwight NewmanMétis and non-status recognized as 'Indians' under constitution (CJWW Radio/Saskatoonhomepage.ca)

April 14, 2016, Dwight NewmanThe Daniels case decided by the Supreme Court of Canada (CKOM Radio)

April 14, 2016, Dwight Newman appeared on Turkish National Television to talk about the Attawapiskat situation

April 12, 2016, Glen Luther, Professor explains self-defence laws as woman cleared in death of alleged home invader (CKOM.com)

April 12, 2016, Sarah Burningham, Lawyers say self-defence killings often legal (The StarPhoenix)

April 11, 2016, Dwight NewmanIndigenous Rights, Canada's National Energy Board and the Supreme Court of Canada (Jurist)

April 5, 2016, Beth Bilson, Here’s to law professors (Slaw.ca)

March 29, 2016, Michael Plaxton, Ghomeshi And The Legacy of Rape Mythology (Huffington Post Blog)

March 29, 2016, Paul Finkelman, Millard Fillmore: The Racist Who Didn’t Like Anyone (Indian Country Today Media Network.com)

March 28, 2016, John Kleefeld, Legal Futures round-up: March 28, 2016 (CBA National Magazine)

March 26, 2016, Michael PlaxtonPlaxton: Ghomeshi judge's take on accusers' behaviour "troubling" (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

March 26, 2016, Michael Plaxton, A post-Ghomeshi guide for reporting your sexual assault (The National Post)

March 24, 2016, Paul Finkelman, If approved, Garland would increase Jewish justices to all-time high (St. Louis Jewish Light)

March 22, 2016, Paul Finkelman, Supreme Court Nominations in an Election Year and the Anarchists in the Senate (Huffington Post Blog)

March 19, 2016, Ken Norman, 'Serious' cash to correct discrimination against aboriginal children likely in budget, law prof says (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

March 14, 2016, Glen LutherMacAulay was not on suicide watch before death: province (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

March 11, 2016, Sarah BuhlerIt's time legal education reflected the reality of today's marketplace (CBA National)

March 4, 2016, Benjamin Ralston, Equity at the U of S: Biased bursaries versus selective scholarships (The Sheaf)

March 2, 2016, Brent Cotter, Assault or Fair Play: When sports fights go too far (CTV Morning Live Saskatoon)

March 2, 2016, Heather Heavin, Viewpoint: Get handle on number of orphaned wells (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

Feb. 29, 2016, Ken Norman, Discussion of posthumous pardon for Evert Klippert (Blue Sky, CBC)

Feb. 22, 2016, Paul Finkelman, A history of Supreme Court nominations in election years (OUPblog)

Feb. 22, 2016, Michael Plaxton, A Canadian View Of The Scalia Replacement Controversy (Huffington Post)

Feb. 16, 2016, Beth Bilson, A primer on Saskatchewan's new essential services legislation (The LeaderPost)

Feb. 10, 2016, Keir Vallance, Legal pot won't affect workplace drug testing, expert says (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

Jan. 26, 2016, Ken NormanRemarkable tribunal ruling against government beat the odds (Winnipeg Free Press)

Dec. 21, 2015, Sarah BurninghamUse the notwithstanding clause, if you must (Op-Ed, National Post)

Nov. 24, 2015, Brent CotterCourtroom camera "encouraging," expert says (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

Nov. 23, 2015, Brent CotterCamera in Saskatchewan courtroom is encouraging according to lawyer (Global Saskatoon)

Nov. 21, 2015, Norman ZlotkinNew era of First Nations civil rights ushered in 50 years ago in Kenora (Winnipeg Free Press)

Nov. 2, 2015, Brent CotterDaughter seeks justice for mother who died before Saskatoon domestic assault trial (CBC Saskatoon)

Oct. 28, 2015, Glen Luther, Saskatchewan among the highest incarceration rates in Canada (CBC Saskatoon)

Aug. 20, 2015, Glen Luther, Police should provide your rights when carding: U of S law professor (CBC Saskatchewan)

July 29, 2015, Brent CotterMacKay declines to give specific reasons for Supreme Court choice (Globe and Mail)

July 29, 2015, Ken NormanBare facts about Sask. topless laws (CKOM News)

May 14, 2015, Brent CotterPolice did nothing wrong in arrest of Brooke Watson; Public Complaints Commission (Global Saskatoon)

Dec. 21, 2014, Glen LutherDouglas Hales murder trial could impact future trials (Global Saskatoon)

Dec. 3, 2014, Dwight Newman, Push for 'nation-building' pipeline (CTV Power Play)

Dec. 3, 2014, Dwight Newman, Provinces have not right to pipeline 'conditions' (Globe and Mail)

Oct. 24, 2014, Dwight Newman, Professor predicts increased surveillance of public streets (CBC Saskatoon)

Oct. 13, 2014, Keir VallanceLawyers weigh in on reserved transit lockout decision (CBC Saskatoon)

Oct. 12, 2014, Keir Vallance, City may face uphill battle defending transit lockout: expert (Global Saskatoon)

Oct. 9, 2014, Tamara Larre and Barbara von Tigerstrom, Do tax credits really get children to be more active? (Macleans)

Sept. 24, 2014, Kim Pate and Glen Luther, A fearless defender of women's rights in prison (The StarPhoenix)

Aug. 12, 2014, Glen Luther, Mr. Big decision weighs on Hales case (The StarPhoenix)

June 27, 2014, Dwight Newman, Supreme Court ruling will help Sask land claims, Bellegarde says (The StarPhoenix)

June 26, 2014, Dwight Newman, Pipeline prospects take a hit as Supreme Court grants land title to B.C. First Nation (Financial Post)

June 19, 2014, Dwight Newman, Northern Gateway approval puts focus on First Nations' concerns (Toronto Star)

June 18, 2014, Dwight Newman, Saskatchewan government lauds federal pipeline decision (Leader-Post)

June 17, 2014, Dwight NewmanPamela McCall Show: Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline (interview at 18:15) (CFAX 1070 Radio)

June 16, 2014, Dwight Newman, Dispelling 'duty to consult' myths (Financial Post)

June 6, 2014, Dwight Newman, Canada's proposed prostitution laws and consultation on Nation to Nation (APTN)

May 15, 2014, Dwight Newman, First Nations have a say in resource development, not a veto (Globe and Mail)

May 15, 2014, Michael Plaxton and Sarah BuhlerJustice Is Blind? (Planet S Magazine)

May 14, 2014, Dwight Newman, Barbara Yaffe: Governments reneging on 'duty to consult' Aboriginals (Vancouver Sun)

May 13, 2014, Ken Norman and Brent Cotter, Canada's lawyers demand Stephen Harper withdraw criticism of Chief Justice (Toronto Star)

May 12, 2014, Dwight Newman, Oil pipeline consultation with Aboriginals doesn't equate to veto, report argues (National Post)

May 9, 2014, Dwight Newman, Duty to consult (CBC Radio Fredericton)

May 8, 2014, Dwight Newman, The duty to consult (interview at 18:55) (CBC News: Northbeat)

May 8, 2014, Dwight Newman, Des obstacles au bilinguisme des juges (LaPresse.ca)

May 6, 2014, Dwight Newman, Why the duty to consult may be harming Aboriginal communities (The Globe and Mail)

April 21, 2014, Dwight Newman, Religious School Faces Scrutiny (interview at 1:48:15) (CBC Power and Politics)

April 15, 2014, Glen Luther, Are knife attacks on the rise? (interview at 2:00) (CBC The National)

April 13, 2014, Marilyn Poitras, Lifestyle: the Law and Happiness (Radio Canada International)

April 10, 2014, Marilyn PoitrasU of S class helps law students find happiness (CBC Saskatoon)

Mar. 26, 2014, Ken NormanKen Norman wants Saskatchewan laws to protect gender expression (CBC Saskatoon)

Mar. 19, 2014, Ken NormanProf says trans rights should be included in human rights code (The StarPhoenix)

Jan. 14, 2014, Dwight Newman, Clarity needed on aboriginals and the law (Vancouver Sun)

January, 2014, Doug Surtees, Famous tractor will still an attraction (Canadian Lawyer)

Dec. 20, 2013, Michael Plaxton, Ruling goes beyond sex work: The state cannot outlaw self-defense (The Globe and Mail)

Dec. 6, 2013, Michael Plaxton, U of S prof questions Supreme Court nomination (The StarPhoenix)

Dec. 2, 2013, Patricia Farnese, Five ways to navigate a divorce (Grainews)

Dec. 2, 2013, Michael PlaxtonNadon’s Supreme Court appointment ignores spirit of law, professors argue (The Globe and Mail)

Nov. 22, 2013, Michael PlaxtonCanadian women deserve more than a ‘revenge porn’ law (The Globe and Mail)

Nov. 18, 2013, Glen Luther, Court docket focuses on mental health issues (The StarPhoenix)

Nov. 6, 2013, Dwight Newman, Saskatchewan reacts to Senate suspensions (NewsTalk 650)

Oct. 28, 2013, No evidence Conservative tax credit made kids more active, analysis shows (Globe and Mail - subscription required).  This article references Awareness and Use of Canada's Children's Fitness Tax Credit a journal article co-authored by Professor von Tigerstrom and Associate Professor Larre.

Oct. 18, 2013, Dwight NewmanThe season for books (StarPhoenix)

Oct. 15, 2013, Ken Norman'Cultural change' key to anti-bullying efforts (StarPhoenix)

Oct. 14, 2013, Michael Plaxton, Saskatchewan woman who was fleeing for her life acquitted of ‘necessary’ drunk driving in ‘unusual’ case (National Post)

Sept. 25, 2013, Michael Plaxton‘I didn’t go to law school to become an academic’ (Macleans On Campus)

Sept. 19, 2013, Sanjeev Anand, Sensitive Facebook posts may carry legal consequences (Globalnews.ca)

Sept. 18, 2013, Sanjeev Anand, Renewed calls for stiffer penalties for serious youth offenders (Global Saskatoon)

Sept. 5, 2013, Doug Surtees, What happens to your social media when you die? (Metro News)

Sept. 4, 2013, Sanjeev Anand, Children's advocate to investigate Bonneau's death (online)

Aug. 6, 2013, Patricia Farnese, Fatal pyton attack on two boys leads to calls for single nationwide exotic pet ownership rules (online)

May 20, 2013, Sanjeev Anand, U of S mulls incentives to get law grads to go rural (online)

May 17, 2013, Glen Luther, Law prof says Walmart baby ruling 'landmark' (online)

Apr. 17, 2013, Sanjeev Anand, U of S College of Law looks at rural lawyer recruitment (online & print)

Mar. 22, 2013, Ken Norman, All rights, including speech rights, are subject to limits (online)

Mar. 19, 2013, Ken Norman, Free Speech: 'the Right to Be Stupid' v. 'Words Matter' (online)

Mar. 1, 2013, Signa Daum Shanks, Natives shut out of justice system (online and print - editorial)

Feb. 28, 2013, Signa Daum Shanks and Glen Luther, Aboriginals lacking on Sask. juries (online & print)

Feb. 28, 2013, Michael Plaxton, Whatcott ruling is a very real burden on some speech (online)

Jan. 22, 2013, Michael Plaxton, Excusing killers for self-defense is now more political than judicial (online)

Jan. 17, 2013, Dwight Newman, Law professor says Idle No More is lacking focus (online)

Jan. 11, 2013, Dwight Newman, First Nations Meet Harper: A look at the legal issues (video)

Jan. 10, 2013, Dwight Newman, The many misunderstandings about Aboriginal rights in Canada (radio)

Jan. 10, 2013, Dwight Newman, Commentary: Of aboriginals, Métis, First Nations, Inuit and Indians (status-holding and otherwise) (online & print)

Jan. 8, 2013, Dwight Newman, Number of recognized aboriginal people should double, court rules (online)

Dec. 27, 2012, Signa Daum Shanks, Simple changes for a better 2013 (online & print)

Dec. 13, 2012, John Kleefeld, Hosting holiday parties carries some risk (onilne)

December 2012, Dwight Newman, Courtroom federalism (online & print)

Nov. 28, 2012, Signa Daum Shanks, A law professor for the ages (online & print)

Nov. 19, 2012, Mary Eberts, Evolution of human rights commissions (online)

Nov. 7, 2012, Dwight Newman and Mary Eberts, Online gaming brings forward constitutional questions (online)

Nov. 7, 2012, Mary Eberts, The Richard Brown Show: Does the Northern Bear Casino have legal rights? (radio)

Aug. 24, 2012, Tamara Larre, Taxpayer wins, can claim losses in horse racing sideline (print)

Jun. 13, 2012, Sanjeev Anand, Social media postings can negatively impact court cases: U of S Law Dean (print)

May 7, 2012, Beth Bilson, Labour review raises more questions and concerns (print)

Apr. 23, 2012, Dwight Newman, Grad dinner prayer draws controversy (print)

Apr. 17, 2012, Sanjeev Anand, U of S College of Law plans centennial initiatives (print)

Mar. 1, 2012, Norman Zlotkin, Canadian law students gather for moot court (print) 

Mar. 2012, Signa Daum Shanks, Aboriginal Rights Moot Puts Law Students to the Test p.17 (print)

Dec. 23, 2011, Sanjeev Anand, Ministry makes QC selections (print)

Dec. 08 2011, Patricia Farnese, A discussion of the abolition of the Canadian Wheat Board (radio)

Dec. 2011, Signa Daum Shanks, Re. v. Powley (print)

Nov. 23 2011, Sanjeev Anand, Infanticide confounds society and experts (print)

Nov. 18 2011, Tim Quigley, Column: Free bargaining in public sector benefits Sask (print)

Nov. 18 2011, Wanda Wiegers, Column: Use royalties to help kids in need (print)

Nov. 09 2011, Dwight Newman, What rights do Occupy protesters have? (radio)

Oct. 22 2011, Dwight Newman (award), U of S fall convocation today (print)

Oct. 20 2011, Sanjeev Anand, Tough on Crime (radio)

Oct. 18 2011, Signa Daum Shanks, Ward 3 Voters Need to Turn Out (print)

Aug. 16 2011, Sanjeev Anand, Student could have charter case: dean (print)

Jul. 14 2011, Dwight Newman, French language service and Air Canada (radio)

Jul. 2011, Signa Daum ShanksRe. vs. Donald Marshall Jr. (I & II) (print)

May 27 2011, Glen Luther, Saskatchewan father faces manslaughter charges (print)

May 2 2011, Signa Daum Shanks, Law Professor to Spend Day Helping Voters (print)