2022 Posters

These posters were displayed at the sixth annual poster competition on March 10, 2022:

Zeyad Aboudheir - Economic Benefit as Aboriginal and Treaty Rights

Tim Haggstrom - Double Jeopardy in Canada Beneath the surface of the words “question of law alone” in section 676 of the Criminal Code.

Moira Koops - Why The Age of The YCJA Should Be 25 and Under

Isabelle, MacLeanRacing Emotions: The Effect of the 2020 Black Lives Matter Protests on Legislative Reform in Canada and the United States

Eseosa Omoruyi - Regulating the use of Crypto-Assets in Secured Transactions: Reform of the Applicable Perfection Provisions of the Personal Property Security Act

Brendan Thompson - Recent Developments in Canadian Sexual Assault Law

Muhammad Riaz - Mandatory Jury Instructions on Implicit Bias

Vanessa Roberts - Victims are Entitled to Reasons – An Application of Procedural Fairness After Vavilov to Survivors in Sexual Assault Cases

David Werner - Reframing Our Understanding Of Cree and Métis Families in Relation to an Act Respecting First Nations Inuit and Métis Children, Youth and Families S.C. 2019

Brenda Yuen - Practicing Intentionality in Trauma-Informed Lawyering Towards Humanizing Legal Experiences

 

2019 Posters

These posters were displayed at the third annual poster competition on March 13, 2019:

Alexandra Barlas - Medical-Legal Partnerships: The Crossing Paths of Two Disciplines

Janna Mitchell - The Real Cost of Law School Tuition: Why Increasing Canadian Law School Tuition is an Access to Justice Issue (Please note that citations are not included)

Valerie Warwick - The Underrepresentation of Indigenous People on Juries

ShayAnne Surtees - MAXED OUT: Indigenous prisoners and maximum security

Mason Stott – Medical-Legal Partnerships: What are the costs and benefits

2018 Poster Competition.