Aug 18, 2021
The law and social change: Meet Assistant Professor Dr. Yuvraj Joshi
Dr. Yuvraj Joshi is an expert on constitutional and comparative law, racial equality law, gender and sexuality law, and human rights, and we’re thrilled to welcome him as our newest faculty member. We spoke with Dr. Joshi about his current research and why he’s excited to be teaching the upper-year seminar Law and Inequity this fall.
Aug 5, 2021
Taking a critical lens to property law: Meet Associate Professor Dr. Brenna Bhandar
Dr. Brenna Bhandar is a well-known property scholar and legal theorist—as well as an Allard Law graduate—and we’re delighted to have recently welcomed her back to the Allard Law community as an associate professor.
Jul 23, 2021
Drones, bots and the law: Meet Assistant Professor Kristen Thomasen
Kristen Thomasen is one of Canada’s leading experts in robotics law and policy, specializing in drone regulation and the privacy impacts of robotic technologies and artificial intelligence. In January 2021, she joined the Allard Law community as an assistant professor.
Feb 17, 2021
Immigration Detention in the Age of COVID-19
Learn about Professor Efrat Arbel and PhD Candidate Molly Joeck’s burgeoning research on shifts in the legal regulation of Immigration Detention in response to COVID-19, and the unexpected progressive possibilities ushered in by the global pandemic.
Feb 1, 2021
New book examines China’s unique form of human rights activism
China has long been the target of human rights activists, but in his new book, Professor Pitman Potter makes the argument that China itself is a human rights activist.
Dec 14, 2020
Changing the locks on the Canada-US border
In a post-COVID world, research at Allard Law may help illuminate a once-unexamined Canada-US border. (Originally published in Trek Magazine. Image by Federico Gastaldi.)