Jan. 19, 2021, Felix HoehnConversion therapy bylaw likely to withstand legal challenge: experts (The StarPhoenix)

Jan. 14, 2021, Maria CampbellAuthor, playwright Maria Campbell says conciliation begins with self (CJWE.ca)

Jan. 7, 2021, Patricia FarneseKeeping it local: Sask.-made ventilators available for ICUs (cbc.ca)

Dec. 23, 2020, Patricia FarneseKeeping it local: The story behind a made-in-Saskatchewan COVID-19 emergency-use ventilator (The Conversation)

Dec. 8, 2020, Glen LutherSaskatchewan’s first mental health court reduces recidivism, USask evaluation finds (news.usask.ca)

Dec. 7, 2020, Dwight NewmanTroubled waters: Why a clash over crustaceans is roiling Canada (CSMonitor.com)

Nov. 29, 2020, Jaime LavalleeKwayeskastasowin "Setting things right" (CBA Bar Notes, Winter 2020, p. 10-12)

Dec. 3, 2020, Patricia FarneseUSask partners on a made-in-Saskatchewan ventilator project (news.usask.ca)

Nov. 25, 2020, Dwight NewmanFederal judge quashes removal of Thunderchild Coun. Michael Linklater (Global News)

Sept. 22, 2020, Dwight NewmanSask. to make its case against the carbon tax in front of Supreme Court starting Tuesday (cbc.ca)

June 16, 2020, Dwight Newman, The Charter's forgotten fundamental freedoms (PolicyOptions.org)

June 4, 2020, Sarah Burningham“The New Normal”: COVID-19 and the Temporary Nature of Emergencies (Centre for Constitutional Studies Blog)

April 15, 2020, Barbara von TigerstromUSask law team studies impact of COVID-19 international travel and trade restrictions (news.usask.ca)

April 10, 2020, Barbara von Tigerstrom, Civil liberties need to be monitored amidst pandemic, experts say (CBC.ca)

March 26, 2020, Barbara von TigerstromCoronavirus: How is Canada planning to enforce mandatory self-isolation? (GlobalNews.ca)

March 26, 2020, Dwight NewmanDes Premières Nations contraintes de tenir leurs élections malgré la pandémie (icr.radio-canada.ca)

March 23, 2020, Sarah BuhlerCalls mount for Sask. government to halt evictions during COVID-19 pandemic (TheStarPhoenix.com)

March 19, 2020 , Barbara von TigerstromCould Canada enforce coronavirus self-isolation? Legal experts say yes (GlobalNews.ca)

Feb. 6, 2020, Brent Cotter, Meet Canada’s newest senators 2020 (sencanada.ca)

Feb. 5, 2020, Dwight Newman, Court of Appeal Reject TM Claims (John Gormley Show)

Feb. 4, 2020, Jason MacLean, Law professor examines ways to apply Paris Agreement to the University of Saskatchewan (CBC Radio Saskatoon)

Feb. 4, 2020, Jason MacLean, 246 academics call on government to act now to avoid global collapse (nationalobserver.com)

Jan. 23, 2020, Ken Norman, A look at contempt and next steps in the CRC-Unifor dispute (leaderpost.com)

Jan. 22, 2020, Ken Norman, 'A slow genocide': Sask. eyes on international court decision for Rohingya protection (thestarphoenix.com)

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)

Oct. 18, 2019, Jason MacLean, At the ballot box, cast a vote for climate change innovation and investment  (The Conversation Canada)

Oct. 16, 2019, Brea Lowenberger, Legal Skies podcast episode 3 – Access to Justice Week 2019  (Legal Sourcery Blog)

Sept. 17, 2019, Heather Heavin, $1.6 million aimed at addressing sexual harassment in Sask. Workplaces (leaderpost.com)

Sept. 12, 2019, Bill Roe, Tiki Laverdiere homicide: Retired defence lawyer shares insights on how case could proceed through courts (The StarPhoenix)

Sept. 4, 2019, Dwight Newman, TMX appeals to proceed, Hong Kong's fight for democracy, e-cigarettes & safety, annoying aphids (Afternoons with Rob Breakenridge)

Aug. 26, 2019, Dwight Newman, Revered from left and right, she’ll soon be Canada’s longest-serving judge (Los Angeles Times)

July 3, 2019, Barbara Tigerstrom,Taking the Pulse: 84 per cent of Sask. residents want presumed-consent organ donation (StarPhoenix.com)

June 4, 2019, Dwight Newman, Interview re Bill C-262 (CPAC)

June 9, 2019, Dwight NewmanImplementing UNDRIP is vital. But Bill C-262 is flawed, and the Senate cannot rush its work (co-authored with former Supreme Court of Canada Justice Major) (The Globe and Mail)

May 24, 2019, Dwight NewmanBC court decision outlines provincial vs federal power (Global News Radio)

May 15, 2019, Jason MacLean, “From the Ground Up Ep. 123” (CFCR Saskatoon) 

May 17, 2019, Jason MacLean, Andrew Scheer propose un corridor énergétique pancanadien (ledevoir.com)

April 29, 2019, Patricia Farnese, Law prof weighs in on dispute between First Nation, farmers (CJME.com)

May 3, 2019, Dwight Newman, Sask.'s highest court to release decision on province's challenge of federal carbon tax (CBC.ca)

May 3, 2019, Dwight Newman, Federal carbon tax constitutional, Saskatchewan Appeals Court rules (Financial Post)

May 3, 2019, Dwight NewmanSaskatchewan carbon tax challenge: Court of Appeal rules in favour of federal government (National Post)

April 3, 2019, Dwight NewmanWrecking the Federation to Save the Planet (C2C Journal)

March 20, 2019, Sarah BuhlerSaskatoon man acting as own lawyer beats city ticket (CKOM.com)

March 13, 2019, Dwight Newman, Judges reserve decision in Catholic school appeal (CTV Regina)

March 12, 2019, Ibironke Odumosu-Ayanu, Group urges accountability on corporate rights violations (TheGuardian.ng)

March 12, 2019, Dwight NewmanSaskatchewan Appeal Court hears case for funding non-Catholic students in Catholic schools (The Globe and Mail)

Feb. 22, 2019, Dwight Newman, More court challenges expected over new Trans Mountain Pipeline decision (Vancouver Sun)

Feb. 14, 2019, Dwight Newman, Climate change will likely have little impact on Sask. carbon tax case: expert (Global News)

Feb. 13, 2019, Dwight Newman, Sask. law professor explains carbon tax court case (CKOM.com)

Jan. 28, 2019, Sarah Burningham'I hurt everywhere': Families describe pain and loss during Humboldt Broncos crash sentencing hearing (CBC.ca)

Jan. 15, 2019, Dwight Newman, Varcoe: Amid protests, there are Indigenous leaders who favour GasLink pipeline (Calgary Herald)

Jan. 10, 2019, Dwight Newman, Wet’suwet’en conflict echoes bitter oilsands battles — only this time it’s natural gas (Financial Post)

Jan. 3, 2019, Jason MacLean, Online boilerplate contracts and the muddle of judicial policymaking (CBA National Magazine)

Dec. 12, 2018, Dwight Newman, Politicians tear down these trade walls (Ottawa Hill-Times)

Nov. 15, 2018, Dwight Newman, John Gormley Live re: issues related to cannabis jurisdiction of First Nations (CKOM)

Nov. 14, 2018, Dwight Newman, Dispute over pot shop on Sask. First Nation may hinge on jurisdiction, treaty rights (CBC.ca)

Nov. 1, 2018, Patricia Farnese, Flooding of Quill Lakes concerning (CTV Yorkton)

Oct. 26, 2018, Jason MacLean,The problem with Canada’s gradual climate policy (IRPP/Policy Options)

Oct. 25, 2018, Jason MacLean, Kill Bill C-69 – it undermines efforts to tackle climate change (TheConversation.com)

Oct. 15, 2018, Dwight Newman, The Supreme Court’s duty to consult ruling will create immense uncertainty (The Globe and Mail)

Oct. 15, 2018, Dwight Newman, Saskatchewan First Nation won't recognize government jurisdiction over cannabis (CBC.ca)

Oct. 13, 2018, Dwight Newman, Interview regarding cannabis legalization and First Nations (CBC’s The National)

Oct. 13, 2018, Dwight Newman, Interview regarding Mikisew Cree decision (The Fan 590)

Oct. 12, 2018, Dwight Newman, Interview regarding Mikisew Cree case (John Gormley Live)

Oct. 12, 2018, Dwight Newman, What the Supreme Court ruling means for Indigenous consultation (The Conversation and The National Post)

Oct. 11, 2018, Dwight Newman, Supreme Court ruling on Indigenous consultations fractured(BNN/Bloomberg)

Oct. 4, 2018, Jason MacLeanHow Ontario can get the Ring of Fire back on track (TVO.org) 

Oct. 3, 2018, Dwight NewmanNo ‘stop clock’ on Trans Mountain consultations as oilpatch suffers US$40 discount (Financial Post)

Oct. 3, 2018, Dwight Newman, Frustrated Notley says federal government was wrong to not appeal Trans Mountain decision (National Post)

Sept. 21, 2018, Dwight Newman, Next Steps with Trans Mountain Pipeline and Meaningful Consultation (Afternoons with Rob Breakenridge - 770 CHQR)

Sept. 18, 2018, Glen Luther, Law prof urges police to collect race data during street checks (The StarPhoenix) 

Sept. 13, 2018, Dwight Newman, Doug Ford and the Charter; Don’t have a cow, man (The Globe and Mail)

Sept. 12, 2018, Dwight Newman, Experts split over Ford’s use of notwithstanding clause (The Globe and Mail)

Sept. 6, 2018, Jason MacLean, Trudeau n’écarte aucune solution pour Trans Mountain (Le Devoir)

Aug. 31, 2018, Jason MacLean, The court said Ottawa failed to consult Indigenous peoples on Trans Mountain, but what does meaningful consultation look like? (The Star) 

Aug. 31, 2018, Dwight Newman, On Trans Mountain, government failed to learn from Northern Gateway: Lawyer (BNN Bloomberg) 

Aug. 31, 2018, Dwight Newman, Indigenous Consultation on TM Pipeline (John Gormley Show)

Aug. 1, 2018, Sarah Buhler, Opinion: Legal Aid should be expanded, not cut (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

July 19, 2018, Ken NormanLitigious And Religious (Planet S Magazine)

June 15, 2018, Dwight NewmanLaw societies can deny accreditation to B.C. evangelical university’s law school graduates: Supreme Court (Globe and Mail)

June 12, 2018, Keir VallanceFeds dropped STC challenge after finding it was not subject to judicial review (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

June 8, 2018, Keir Vallance, Federal attorney general challenging arbitrator's STC decision (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

June 6, 2018, Ken Norman, Saskatchewan Police Commission brings in new policy on carding (Globe and Mail)

June 6, 2018, Dwight Newman, The Trans Mountain purchase: Some unresolved legal issues (CBA National)

May 24, 2018, Jason MacLeanTrans Mountain: A Case Study in Uncooperative Federalism (The Tyee)

May 24, 2018, Dwight NewmanB.C. Supreme Court dismisses applications to overturn pipeline’s environmental approval (Star Vancouver)

May 14, 2018, Ken NormanNurses deserve right to criticize health system: legal expert (CTV)

May 11, 2018, Dwight NewmanHard lessons for Kinder Morgan on First Nation rights in Trans Mountain pipeline project (Vancouver Sun)

May 8, 2018, Ken NormanA nurse just lost her freedom to criticize health care. That’s bad for everyone (Financial Post)

April 26, 2018, Jason MacLeanBC submits court reference to regulate oil flow from Trans Mountain pipeline (Vancouver Sun)

April 20, 2018, Dwight NewmanEnvironmental, First Nations authority over Trans Mountain pipeline unclear: legal experts (The Lawyer’s Daily)

April 13, 2018, Jason MacLean, The Trans Mountain saga as a public policy failure (Policy Options)

April 9, 2018, Ibironke Odumosu-Ayanu, HBKU develops new global law programme (Gulf Times)

March 31, 2018, Glen Luther, Saskatchewan officials skipped a step when they formed Gerald Stanley’s jury (MacLean’s)

March 27, 2018, Dwight NewmanQuashed deal between MMF and Hydro a legal minefield, says prof (CBC News)

March 19, 2018, Dwight NewmanThe big squeeze: pain ahead if Alberta cuts oil flow to B.C. (Business in Vancouver)

March 16, 2018, Dwight NewmanKevin Libin: Trudeau’s carbon tax plan is close to blowing up in his face (Financial Post)

March 12, 2018, Larry Chartrand, Marilyn Poitras “Like water, I truly believe we will find a way,” Indigenous legal experts discuss possibility of cross-cultural justice system (MBC Radio news)

March 9, 2018, Glen Luther, Moving forward: Law experts weigh in on Stanley case conversation (CTV Saskatoon)

March 1, 2018, Glen Luther, Law professor calls on province to fund training of Gladue report writers (CTV Saskatoon)

Feb 28, 2018, Marilyn PoitrasFormer MMIWG commissioner and law professor on how to include Indigenous process in Canadian politics (Eagle Feather News)

Feb 26, 2018, Dwight Newman, Shooting of Indigenous man reveals racial tensions in Canada (London Multimedia News)

Feb 13, 2018, Michael Plaxton, What the Stanley jury likely considered in rendering its not guilty verdict (CBC Saskatchewan)
Feb 12, 2018, Glen Luther, What political leaders said about the Gerald Stanley verdict (Maclean’s)

Feb 11, 2018, Michael Plaxton, The Stanley verdict: Manslaughter and ‘hang fire’ (Globe and Mail)

Feb 11, 2018, Ken Norman, The sparse use of Canada’s notwithstanding clause (The Conversation)

Feb 10, 2018, Glen Luther, CTV news channel interview on Stanley verdict

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)

Jan 28, 2018, Glen Luther 'Huge' pool of 750 people summoned as potential jurors for Colten Boushie case (CBC Saskatoon) 

Jan 22, 2018, Jason MacLean Project pulled after emails show 'very cozy' relationship between Sask. gov't and Quill Lakes water group (CBC Saskatoon)

Jan 20, 2018, Dwight Newman radio interview on the Mikisew Cree duty to consult case on the Outdoor Journal (SportsNet The Fan 590)

Jan 18, 2018, Jason MacLeanLiberals must remember their values aren't the only ones that count (Globe and Mail)

Jan 18, 2018, Jason MacLeanLiberals must remember their values aren't the only ones that count (Globe and Mail)

Jan 16, 2018, Dwight Newman radio interview on the Mikisew Cree duty to consult case on John Gormley Live (650 CKOM)

Jan 4, 2018, Prof. Emeritus Ken NormanThe Lamest Loophole: Social conservatives flirt with the Notwithstanding clause, again (Planet S magazine)

Jan 4, 2018, Dwight Newman, Eco-colonialism’: Rift grows between Indigenous leaders and green activists (Financial Post) 

Dec 30, 2017, Dwight Newman Stephen Harper left the Supreme Court much as he found it — unfortunately for conservatives (National Post)

Dec 21, 2017, Jason MacLean Ottawa plans to declare deadly gas is non-toxic (National Observer)

Dec 19, 2017, Dwight Newman Private Member Bill and its effect on Indigenous rights – radio interview (650 CKOM’s John Gormley Show) 

Dec 6, 2017, Sarah BurninghamConstitutional limitations would hamper attempts to restrict or ban abortion (Regina Leader-Post)

Dec 4, 2017, Dwight Newman, Government should be honest about its support for UN Indigenous rights resolution (The Lawyer’s Daily)

Nov. 30, 2017, Aaju Peter, Nunavut Law Program Cultural Advisor, Nunavut, N.W.T. and Greenland team up on European politicians to promote Inuit seal skin products (CBC North)

Nov. 28, 2017, Sarah BuhlerLandlord registry would protect vulnerable renters, non-profit says (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

Nov 10, 2017, Jason MacLean Lack of environmental review for water channel is 'mystifying': law prof (CBC Saskatoon)

Nov 6, 2017, Keir Vallance ‘Personal’ vs. ‘systemic’ discrimination claim key in fired nurse’s failed appeal (The Lawyer’s Daily)

Nov 1, 2017, Glen Luther Direct indictment requests bring debate over preliminary hearings (CTV News Saskatoon)

Oct 24, 2017, Glen Luther Celeste Yawney's sisters call for change after homicide trial delay (CBC Saskatchewan)

Oct 20, 2017, Sarah Buhler Saskatchewan may regulate paralegals to solve ‘access to justice crisis,’ says scholar (The Lawyer’s Daily)

Sept 5, 2017, Jason MacLean Sustainability in Canada’s environmental assessment (Policy Options)

August 25, 2017, Jason MacLean, Corporate Canada: Start contributing to sustainability through innovation (Globe and Mail)

August 24, 2017, Dwight NewmanResource Companies Grapple With Supreme Court Decisions on Duty to Consult Indigenous Communities (DeSmog Canada)

August 17, 2017, Jason MacLeanWhere did all the data go? Inside the Husky oil spill (National Observer)

August 16, 2017, Heather Heavin and Michaela KeetLaw professors develop risk assessment tool for litigators (The Lawyer's Daily)

August 14, 2017, Ben RalstonSaskatoon cyclists call on city to rethink 'blanket restriction' on sidewalk biking (CBC Saskatoon)

August 3, 2017, Dwight NewmanOttawa’s sly change on consent may damage Indigenous relationships (The Globe and Mail)

July 27, 2017, Larry ChartrandConsulting with Indigenous peoples over projects that might infringe the treaty rights (CBC Morning North)

July 7, 2017, Ken NormanViewpoint: Fostering human rights at home (Sasaktoon StarPhoenix)

June 16, 2017, Glen Luther, Reports feed myths of youth crime wave in Sask., say profs (CBC Saskatoon)

May 29, 2017, Dwight Newman, Challenge to oil tanker ban is about more than First Nations’ treaty rights (The Globe and Mail)

May 25, 2017, Ken Norman, A Nuke To A Knife Fight: Using the Notwithstanding Clause to save Catholic school funding is overkill (Planet S)

May 10, 2017, Felix Hoehn, 'They may want to drive that point home': Fighting Bill 64 could score political points even if it fails, expert says (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

May 9, 2017, Dwight Newman, Premier Wall’s decision to override a messy court ruling is completely proper (National Post)

May 5, 2017, Heather Heavin, Legal services task team appointed by government of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

May 3, 2017, Ken Norman, Sask. man’s human rights complaint to get medical marijuana covered is denied (Global Saskatoon)

May 2, 2017, Dwight Newman, Saskatchewan to use notwithstanding clause over Catholic school funding decision (The Lawyer’s Daily)

May 2, 2017, Ken Norman, 'Troubling overreaction': Sask. law prof. questions use of notwithstanding clause for Catholic school ruling (CBC Saskatoon)

May 1, 2017, Dwight Newman, Saskatchewan to invoke notwithstanding clause for Catholic school funding (Winnipeg Free Press)

April 30, 2017, Sarah Buhler, Private firm making millions off of Sask. jail calls (Regina LeaderPost)

April 28, 2017, Dwight Newman, Non-Catholics can't attend Saskatchewan Catholic schools, court rules (The Lawyer’s Daily)

April 25, 2017, Dwight Newman, Sask. government explores legal options in Catholic schools funding decision (Global Saskatoon)

April 24, 2017, Felix HoehnSask. cities have 'no realistic hope' of challenging $33 million cut, legal expert says (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

April 20, 2017, John Kleefeld, John Kleefeld named dean of law at University of New Brunswick (blog.UNB.ca)

April 24, 2017, Felix Hoehn, Province 'ripping up contracts' that provide millions to cities: SUMA (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

April 24, 2017, Dwight Newman, Premier Wall says court ruling on funding for Catholic schools can't stand (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

April 24, 2017, Dwight Newman, Court ruling on funding for Catholic schools can't stand, Wall says (CTV News)

April 24, 2017, Dwight Newman, Province vows to fight Catholic school ruling (650 CKOM)

April 10, 2017, Ben Ralston, How the Sask. Human Rights Code applies through the whole rental process (CBC Saskatoon)

April 7, 2017, Sarah BuhlerWhen victims’ families hire lawyers: Chris Murphy’s role in the Boushie case (CTV Saskatoon)

April 5, 2017, Doug Surtees, Stressed-out Law Students: Come Forward for Help (JD Precedent Magazine)

March 29, 2017, Felix Hoehn, Legal challenge against province over lost revenue will be difficult: Law prof (The StarPhoenix)

March 20, 2017, Dwight NewmanPeel watershed dispute before Supreme Court of Canada this week (CBC North)

March 14, 2017, Keir VallanceLayoffs likely as Saskatchewan rolls back wages (HRM Canada)

March 13, 2017, Keir Vallance, Labour law prof says layoffs likely as Sask. gov’t rolls back wages 3.5 per cent (Global Saskatoon)

Feb. 10, 2017, Ken Norman, Human rights complaint filed over Social Services not covering medical marijuana (Global News)

Feb. 9, 2017, Brent CotterMartin: Targeting a judge isn't OK, whether in the U.S. or Canada (Ottawa Citizen)

Feb. 2, 2017, Clayton Bangsund'We're not going to let it go away': Cameco mulls legal action after Japanese utility abandons $1.3 billion contract (The StarPhoenix)

Jan. 30, 2017, Keir VallanceTeachers, Bargaining and the Constitution (The StarPhoenix)

Jan. 30, 2017, Ken NormanSaskatoon library didn't violate Brad Trost's freedom of speech, says U of S prof (CBC Saskatoon)

Jan. 27, 2017, Benjamin RalstonANALYSIS: What's missing from Manitoba's night hunting debate is evidence (CBC Indigenous)

Jan. 24, 2017, John Kleefeld, How Students Are Learning Medicine and Collaborative Skills, And Transforming Wikipedia (Educatus – The official blog of the GMTCE) 

Jan. 17, 2017, Keir VallanceLabour lawyer suggests wage rollback in Saskatchewan could be messy (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

Jan. 17, 2017, John Kleefeld, The Wikipedia Manifesto (Educatus – The official blog of the GMTCE)

Jan. 5, 2017, Martin Phillipson, Nunavut law program set to return in 2017 as application deadline looms(CBC North)