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Constitutional Litigator-in-Residence for 2020

Nader Hasan has been selected as the Asper Centre Constitutional-Litigator-in-Residence for Fall 2020. Nader’s wealth of constitutional litigation experience in areas ranging from search and seizure law to digital privacy law to protecting civil liberties, as well as his vast teaching experience will greatly enrich the Asper Centre’s Clinic students next term. Nader is a partner … Read More

Asper Centre OUTLOOK & Message

  Dear Asper Centre Friends, We hope that you, your loved ones and colleagues are keeping safe and well during these challenging times. Shortly before the faculty of law closed due to COVID-19 earlier this month, the Asper Centre published its annual newsletter, the Asper Centre Outlook. This issue contains many wonderful articles written by … Read More

Asper Centre students mark Student Law Clinic Global Day of Action

Back row (left to right): Mackenzie Cumberland; Clara Pencer; Leah Kelley; and Florian Nagy. Front row (left to right): Madeleine Carswell; Keely Kinley; and Yara Willox. Members not pictured: Madeleine Andrew-Gee; Adam LaRiviere; Leora Chapman; Haleigh Ryan; and Courtney Cowan. via @UTLaw  November 18, 2019 marks a Global Day of Action against air pollution by … Read More

Asper Centre students call on the Ontario and federal governments to act on air pollution

via UofT Faculty of Law News: https://www.law.utoronto.ca//news/students-call-ontario-and-federal-governments-act-air-pollution Monday, November 18, 2019   Today, November 18th, is the Student Law Clinic Global Day of Action for Climate Justice. We are a student working group at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and, on this day, we call on our provincial and federal governments to take meaningful action … Read More

News Release: Asper Centre and Justice for Children and Youth organize youth consultations for legal challenge to Canada’s voting age

Toronto, November 14, 2019 — In partnership with several child rights organizations, Justice for Children and Youth (JFCY) and the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights (Asper Centre) have secured case development funding from the Court Challenges Program, which helps finance cases of national significance related to constitutional human rights issues. They will be hosting … Read More