Dec 1, 2020
From Domestication to Internationalization: Enforcing the International Bill of Rights in Hong Kong
Professor Cheng’s latest research project is a study of the main drivers for the internationalisation of human rights adjudication in Hong Kong and the approaches of the Hong Kong judiciary.
Nov 4, 2020
The Canadian Journal of Family Law is now available online
The Canadian Journal of Family Law, one of the first family law journals in Canada, is now available online to the public, free of charge. This is the only family law journal in Canada to move to full open-access and relatively free of copyright restrictions.
Nov 4, 2020
Rethinking Labour Law in the New World of Work
Professor Hastie’s new project, “Collective Representation in the New World of Work”, aims to make collective workplace representation more accessible, suitable and effective for workers today.
Oct 19, 2020
Allard Law Welcomes Professor Liora Lazarus
We are fortunate to welcome some new faces to Allard Hall this year. Over the coming months, you’ll learn more about each of these faculty members and the important research and educational leadership expertise they bring to the Allard Law community.
Oct 14, 2020
COVID-19, Religion and Conflict
Professor Michelle LeBaron and Dr. Maged Senbel collaborate with an interdisciplinary working group investigating conflicts with religious dimensions arising from COVID-19 public health measures.
Oct 2, 2020
New Book Looks at the Racial Wealth Gap Between Black and White Americans
As protests against institutional racism continue to make headlines around the world and spark important conversations, Janis Sarra, Professor at the Allard School of Law and Cheryl L. Wade, Professor at St. John’s University School of Law, New York, are adding to this discourse with their recent book "Predatory Lending and the Destruction of the African-American Dream."