2019: Saturday Morning at the Law School

  • December 14: David Wright, "The New Federal Impact Assessment Act and a National Energy Corridor" (slides)
  • November 23: Robert Hamilton, "The TMX Expansion and the Duty to Consult and Accommodate" (slides)
  • October 19: Lorian Hardcastle, “Cannabis in Canada: Edibles and other Updates” (slides)
  • September 14: Sharon Mascher, “Carbon Pricing – You probably have an opinion but do you actually understand how it works?” (slides)
  • September 7: Emily Laidlaw, "Cybersecurity: Hacking, Social Media, and Fake news" (slides)
  • June 15: Judy Stewart, "What New Landlords Should Know about the Alberta Residential Tenancies Act"
  • May 11: Fenner Stewart, "Alberta's Orphan Oil and Gas Wells: What has Changed since the Grant Thornton Case?" (slides)
  • April 27: David Laidlaw, "Indigenous Water Rights in Alberta. Global Warming and Drought" (slides)
  • February 2: Lorian Hardcastle, "Into the Weeds of Cannabis Regulation: Where We Are and Where We Are Going" (slides)
  • January 19: Alastair Lucas, "Canada's New Energy Regulator and Pipelines" (slides)