Aug 26, 2022
Unraveling addiction, mental health and the criminal justice system: Meet Associate Professor Sara Gordon
How do we create laws and legal systems that protect, rather than punish, people with mental illness?
Jul 11, 2022
Young adult 'Rootbound Universe' takes aim at climate crisis misinformation
The climate justice movement needs new narratives, says Allard Law PhD student Grace Nosek. This fall she's releasing her new novel, Rootbound, and launching the immersive, online 'Rootbound Universe.'
May 16, 2022
Impact Assessment Act a 'big deal' for Indigenous rights and climate change
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
Roe v. Wade draft decision a 'cruel and devastating blow' for women, Allard Law experts say
What might the Roe v. Wade leak mean for American women? And just how secure are abortion rights in Canada?
Mar 29, 2022
Professor Efrat Arbel Awarded Prestigious UBC Killam Accelerator Research Fellowship
UBC 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
Bringing welcome change to sexual harassment law
Canadians who bring forward sexual harassment complaints face an undue burden over other discrimination complainants, says Allard Law professor Bethany Hastie.