May 15, 2023
B.C. still eviction capital of Canada and most are through no fault of the tenant
Renters in B.C. are much more likely to experience no-fault evictions than in the rest of Canada.
May 5, 2023
Canada’s paper on asset tracing and recovery helps set agenda for UNCITRAL work over the next year
A paper by Dr. Janis Sarra, unanimously supported by delegations at the UN Commission on International Trade Law, is an important step towards fighting fraud and improving asset tracing and recovery.
May 2, 2023
Will AI revolutionize the legal profession? The jury is still out.
For years it’s been promised that artificial intelligence would lead to a revolution in law. But will AI change how people access legal services? And could it really replace human lawyers? AI and robotics expert Professor Kristen Thomasen weighs in.
Apr 5, 2023
Gay dads have an image problem
From Neil Patrick Harris on our screens to U.S. transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg on the global stage, the emerging image of gay dads in North America is of white, affluent men. But this image isn’t accurate and has real-world implications for gay dads and their families, says Allard Law professor Erez Aloni.
Mar 6, 2023
A new beginning for Afghan judges forced to flee the Taliban
After evacuating Afghanistan following the Taliban’s return to power, Judges Wahida Rahimi, Freshta Masomi and Zamila Sangar have joined Allard Law through the law school’s new Afghan Women Judges Program.
Mar 2, 2023
Reforming the law of trusts: Meet Associate Professor Adam Hofri-Winogradow
Dr. Adam Hofri-Winogradow is an expert on the law of trusts – and how trust laws should be reformed. On January 1, we were delighted to welcome him to the Peter A. Allard School of Law as an associate professor.