In an important victory by the Queen’s Prison Law Clinic for prisoners throughout the federal system, prisoners for will be released as soon as they are entitled to be, and this will provide certainty and stability as they reintegrate back into their workplaces, families, and communities.”

Prison Law Clinic wins constitutional challenge

In an important victory for prisoners throughout the federal system, prisoners for will be released as soon as they are entitled to be, and this will provide certainty and stability as they reintegrate back into their workplaces, families, and communities.
Dean Mark Walters, author of A.V. Dicey and the Common Law Constitutional Tradition: A Legal Turn of Mind (Cambridge University Press, 2020), shares his insights on how the theories of the leading mid-19th to early 20th century constitutional scholar continue to shed light on contemporary governance issues.

Historic constitutional theorist’s work helps with understanding today’s governance issues

Dean Mark Walters shares his insights on how the theories of A.V. Dicey continue to shed light on contemporary governance issues.
Anne-Marie Hourigan, Law’84, Vice-Chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada's Board of Directors, discusses the importance of being proactive in seeking help and how to do it.

Helping legal professionals and law students improve their mental health

Anne-Marie Hourigan, Law’84, Vice-Chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada's Board of Directors, discusses the importance of being proactive in seeking help and how to do it.