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  • Faculty Summer Reading List – 2021 Edition

    Here’s another instalment of the annual Faculty of Law Summer Reading Blog. Are you wondering what we’re planning to read (or watch, or listen to) this summer? Below, please find a list of the books, podcasts and television that some of us from around the Faculty will be enjoying over the next four … Read more »

  • Teresa's Year-End Reflection

    Artist Credit: Chief Lady Bird   Tansi Nîtôtemtik,   This year has flown by! Thank you for following along, and for all your comments, emails, and feedback. It has been a distinct pleasure to share our team’s journey with you.   One highlight of my year was participating in the Kawaskimhon Moot. It … Read more »

  • Sarah's Year-End Reflection

    (Artwork by Mo Aura Bedard & Chief Lady Bird) Tansi Nîtôtemtik,  It’s hard to believe this is my last post for ReconciliAction YEG, and my last days of law school.  As you know, its been a year with coronavirus, the anti-racism movement, cat lawyers and zoom everything.  But I am so grateful to have … Read more »

  • Anita’s Year End Reflection

    Tansi Nîtôtemtik, I have had the immense pleasure of working on this blog with 4 other amazingly talented and caring people who I am sure will go on to do great things and they have made this a memorable experience premised on support and understanding. Delving into the Truth and Reconciliation Comm … Read more »

  • Tamya's Year-End Reflection

    Tansi! It is hard to believe that the school year is drawing to a close and that this is my last post on the blog. The past year has certainly been one that will stay in our memories forever. Although the coronavirus pandemic has been extremely difficult, it has also showcased the resilience and str … Read more »