Asper Centre Director Cheryl Milne to moderate a panel discussion in upcoming University of Toronto Faculty of Law Symposium: Reforming Criminal Justice and National Security
Hosted by U of T Faculty of Law and Supported by the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation. Co-sponsored by the Criminal Law Quarterly and the Counter-Terrorism Law and Policy Group, Global Justice Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs Tuesday May 30, 2017 University of Toronto Faculty of Law, 84 Queens Park, Solarium 10 am-5pm … Read More
New Special Issue of the Constitutional Forum e-journal focuses on Asper Centre’s February 2016 symposium on the State of Canada’s Constitutional Democracy
This issue of the Constitutional Forum e-journal is available here.
Asper Centre discusses Legal Professionalism and Ethics with Law Students
It is well-known that lawyers are bound to the highest of ethical standards arising from the Law Society’s rules of professional conduct and ethics. While law students are officially not bound by the same rules, the standards of professionalism and ethics arguably apply to students who are in essence at the very beginning of their … Read More
Professor Lisa Austin presented the Asper Centre brief to the Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics
The submission, made on June 14, 2016 discussed how Privacy Act reform must take into consideration the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The submission also made several recommendations to the Standing Committee. The brief can be read here: Privacy Act Brief.