May 16, 2022
The act is an important tool for upholding the rights of Indigenous peoples and mitigating the environmental impacts of natural resource projects, says Allard Law PhD student Temitope Onifade.
May 4, 2022
What might the Roe v. Wade leak mean for American women? And just how secure are abortion rights in Canada?
Mar 29, 2022
The University of British Columbia announced today that Professor Efrat Arbel has been awarded a UBC Killam Accelerator Research Fellowship. Professor Arbel will launch a two-year research study analyzing the inner workings of Canadian immigration detention.
Jan 25, 2022
Canadians who bring forward sexual harassment complaints face an undue burden over other discrimination complainants, says Allard Law professor Bethany Hastie.
Dec 21, 2021
A $1.8-million grant from the federal government will support a cross-Canada research team in creating easy-to-use, equity-focused tools for diagnosing Canada’s housing needs and identifying the best land for affordable housing. We spoke with Allard Law professor Alexandra Flynn about the project.
Dec 13, 2021
This past year saw the end of the longest provincial state of emergency in the province’s history. If 2021 has been the year the climate emergency arrived in British Columbia, then 2022 must be the year in which British Columbia picks up the tools best suited to the task of responding, writes Allard Law professor Jocelyn Stacey.