Established in 1912, the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan is the oldest law school in Western Canada, exemplifying a tradition of excellence in teaching, research and innovation.
With a strong history in Indigenous legal education, developing strength in dispute resolution and access to justice, and leading emerging scholars in the fields of constitutional law, health law, criminal law and commercial law, the college also offers a highly-regarded mooting program, joint degree programs and global exchange opportunities.
In the press
Jan. 2, 2020, Ken Norman, Ex-Remai Modern CEO Gregory Burke says he's 'always supported gender equality' (cbc.ca)
Jan. 1, 2020, Dwight Newman, B.C.’s Supreme court rules for $6.6-billion Coastal GasLink pipeline, against Indigenous law (Financial Post)
Nov. 7, 2019, Sarah Buhler, Thursday Thinkpiece: Policy, Practice and Privatized Prison Telephones in Saskatchewan (Slaw.ca)
Nov. 1, 2019, Jason MacLean, 'We’re in it for the long haul': Two Sask. girls among 15 Canadian youth suing federal government (CTV Saskatoon)
Oct. 23, 2019, Dwight Newman, Separating from Canada not easy, but possible: U of S prof (CKOM.com)
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