Feb 6, 2023- 12:30 pm — 1:45 pm Franklin Lew Forum, Room 101
The Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia and the Canadian Red Cross present a special discussion on counterterrorism and sanctions regimes and their impact on humanitarian action in Afghanistan. Using the case study of Afghanistan, this lecture will examine the need to balance domestic counterterrorism measures with the delivery of neutral and impartial humanitarian aid.
A caring public administration? Revisiting the values of tribunal adjudication for access to administrative justiceFeb 8, 2023- 12:45 pm — 1:45 pm Farris Hall, Room 106 and Virtually
This article builds on and contributes to theoretical reflections on administrative justice values and a relational public administration. The underpinning principle of care can enable greater access to tribunals. This argument is based on interviews with former and current adjudicators who have experience in health, residential tenancies, social security, worker’s compensation, human rights, immigration and refugee law in Canada.
Feb 9, 2023- 11:30 am — 12:30 pm Virtual
Sue Big Oil is a collaboration of ordinary British Columbians concerned about harmful climate change impacts in BC communities, and the skyrocketing costs for BC’s local governments and taxpayers. Given the role of the fossil fuel industry in knowingly causing climate change and blocking policies and actions to address climate change, we urge our local governments to take legal action to force the world’s largest fossil fuel companies to pay their fair share of climate costs.
|-||-||Vancouver||Student, Alumni & Community Dinners||Alumni & External Relations|
|Mon, Feb 6, 2023||-||Clark Wilson Classroom, Room 121||Moot Tune Up with Lenczner Slaght||External|
|Mon, Feb 6, 2023||-||Virtual||Access to Justice Issues in BC’s Family Law System||Allard School of Law, External|
|Mon, Feb 6, 2023||-||Franklin Lew Forum, Room 101||The Impact of Restrictive Measures on Humanitarian Action: The Case of Afghanistan||Allard School of Law|
|Tue, Feb 7, 2023||-||Marlee Kline Room, Room 424||Spring Crafternoon||Centre for Feminist Legal Studies|
|Wed, Feb 8, 2023||-||Farris Hall, Room 106 and Virtually||A caring public administration? Revisiting the values of tribunal adjudication for access to administrative justice||Allard School of Law, External|
|Wed, Feb 8, 2023||-||Terrace Lounge, Allard Hall, 1822 East Mall||ILS Networking Reception||Indigenous Legal Studies|
|Thu, Feb 9, 2023||-||Virtual||No Fly Zone Speaker: Sue Big Oil: A Legal Strategy for Political Accountability||Centre for Law and the Environment|
|Thu, Feb 9, 2023||-||DLA Piper Hall, Room 104||1L Demo Moot||Allard School of Law, JD Student and Academic Services|
|Thu, Feb 9, 2023||-||Allard Hall||Regulating Sport as Game||Centre for Business Law|
|Thu, Feb 9, 2023||-||Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability, 2260 West Mall, BC Hydro Theatre||Sue Big Oil: A Made-In-BC Climate Campaign||Centre for Law and the Environment|
|Fri, Feb 10, 2023||-||Virtual||Innovating to Create Market-Based Solutions||External|
|Mon, Feb 13, 2023||-||Farris Hall, Room 106||CFLS Movies at Noon: Constitute!||Centre for Feminist Legal Studies|
|-||-||Allard Hall||1L Moots||Allard School of Law, JD Student and Academic Services|
|Tue, Feb 14, 2023||-||Kenneth Lysyk Seminar Room, Room 114||Autonomous Robot: How Should We Regulate It?||Centre for Asian Legal Studies|