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.
The McKercher Lecture Series at the College of Law
The series continues on February 26, 2018, with the Wunusweh Lecture in Aboriginal Law. More information here.
In the press
Feb 11, 2018, Ken Norman, The sparse use of Canada’s notwithstanding clause (The Conversation)
Feb 10, 2018, Glen Luther, Ministers say Canada must 'do better' after Boushie verdict (CBC)
Feb 8, 2018, Jason MacLean, Remember When Harper Ruined Canada’s Environmental Laws? Here’s How the Liberals Want to Revamp Them (DeSmog Canada)
Feb 8, 2018, Dwight Newman, GUEST COLUMN: Constitutionality is key in Trans Mountain fight, and B.C. is on the wrong side (Toronto Sun)
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