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  • Faculty Summer Reading List – 2020 Edition

    It’s become an annual tradition here at the Faculty of Law for the professors to share their summer reading (watching and listening) plans. Are you wondering what we’re up to? Or looking for some ideas for your summer? Below, please find a list of some of the books, podcasts and television that prof … Read more »

  • Year End Reflection: Elise Wouters

    “Our Home and Native Land” by Jennifer Adomeit. Image retrieved from Tansi Nîtôtemtik, In many ways, writing this post trying to sum up my experience over the last eight months has been my most challenging post of the year. One year ago, when I agreed to co-lead ReconciliAction YEG for the 2019-2020 … Read more »

  • Year End Reflection: Alanna Wiercinski

    Strength Working Together by Simone McLeod retrieved from https://www.indigenouscollection.com_product_strength-working-together Tansi Nîtôtemtik, It is difficult to believe that this year is already coming to an end. For me, this was my final year in law school and I am incredibly grateful to have … Read more »

  • Year End Reflection: Kira Davidson

    “She Who Loves The Truth” by Betty Albert Retrieved from: www.indigenouscollection.com_product_she-who-loves-the-truth Tansi Nîtôtemtik, Writing for ReconciliAction YEG this year has been an absolute pleasure, and among one of the best experiences of my law school career at the University of Alberta … Read more »

  • Year End Reflection: Kailey Hubele

    Image retrieved from: Tansi Nîtôtemtik, Wow, what a year it has been. I cannot believe that the academic year is almost over and it is already time to say goodbye to the blog. It has been a year of much personal growth and acknowledgment that I came into the course knowing no … Read more »