THE WELDON QUARTERLY ISSUES
Featuring messages from the 2018-19 LSS executive team. Justin Monahan discusses O-Week. Ziad Lawen on Ontario Premier Doug Ford's proposed use of s. 33 of the Charter. Also featuring correspondence from exchange student Emma Chapple.
Featuring interviews with former Gov. General The Right Honourable David Johnston on trust, and Senator Thomas McInnis on Bill C-45. Jeremy Ryant reflects on his experience mooting the Smith Shield. Dr. Nicholas Van Allen, Chelsea Cox, and Ziad Lawen each discuss various aspects of cannabis legalization, and Professor Archie Kaiser discusses decriminalization of drugs. Also featuring dispatches from Weldonites on exchange, and Samantha Addario on veganism and the best spots to eat in town.
Featuring an interview with the 83rd Speaker of the House of Commons Geoff Regan. Reagan Seidler discusses the impact political views of professors can have on classroom discussion. Fabian Suarez-Amaya, Charlotte Henderson, Heather Webster, and Nancy Li each discuss the various pathways available during legal education. Cydney Kane talks about her work with the Elizabeth Fry Society and the effect a criminal record has individuals. Megan Thompson reflects on Dal Law's National Labour Moot win.
In this LSS election issue candidates give us their pitches. Maile Graham-Laidlaw reflects on participating in the 25th Kawaskimhon Moot (hosted here at Weldon). Fabian Suarez-Amaya gives us his thoughts on the legal education system. Reagan Seidler discusses student opinions on teaching methods and exams.
In this issue Madison Ranta discusses O-Week, Monica Dairo reflects on her summer at the Canadian Centre for Legal Innovation in Sexual Assault Response, Michael Marot talks about his experience in South Africa working with the Projects Abroad Human Rights Office, Robert Belanger tells us about the intricacies of International Humanitarian Law, and Caitlin Schropp & Danielle Deagle reflect on their summer working at a boutique personal injury law firm here in Halifax. The Weldon Times also sits down with Professor Steve Coughlan to discuss the changes Bill c-75 will have on criminal law and procedure.