2018: Saturday Morning at the Law School

  • December 1: Cliff Shaw, "Insolvency Law in Canada" (Programme and Bibliography
  • November 3: Robert Hamilton, "Cumulative Effects, Piecemeal Infringement, and the Crown's Duty to Consult"
  • October 13: Michael Swanson, "BSE and the Precautionary Principle"
  • September 15: Deanne Sowter, "Family Law Process Options: Negotiation, Mediation, Collaborative, or Litigation - What are they, and which one is the"right" option?"
  • May 26: Emily Laidlaw, "Understanding the Law Regulating Online Abuse: Privacy, Reputation and Bullying on Social Media”
  • May 12: Rudiger Tscherning, "Preparing Alberta for the Low Carbon Energy Transition: Identifying Pitfalls and Lessons from Germany's Experience of Scaling Up Renewable Energy Capacity"
  • April 28: David Laidlaw, "The new Impact Assessment Act: Implications for Alberta’s Indigenous Peoples, Pipeline Approvals and Oil Sands Development” (slides).
  • March 17: Arlene Kwasniak, "Water Law 101 and Water and NAFTA Renegotiations"
  • February 24: Lorian Hardcastle, "Ready or Not, Recreational Marijuana is Coming: An Overview of the Legal Landscape and the Regulatory Challenges for Policy-Makers"
  • January 20: Fenner Stewart, "Alberta's Orphan Oil and Gas Wells"