Supreme Court

Fair dealing protected at Queen's

“I made it, so I control it.” Whether this statement is repulsive or attractive to you, it’s probably the way you understand the logic of copyright.Continue...

Supreme Court denies Indigenous peoples treaty rights

The Supreme Court of Canada’s sustained denial of Indigenous treaty rights is regressive and harmful—but it’s not surprising.Continue...

Why Brett Kavanaugh got appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court

Brett Kavanaugh, a man accused of multiple counts of sexual assault, has been appointed to a lifetime position on the Supreme Court of the United States of America. This is reality, and it isn’t something that can be undone.Continue...

Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin visits Queen’s

Queen’s Law hosted Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Beverley McLachlin in Wallace Hall on Nov. 20 as part of the ongoing Principal’s Forum Speaker Series.Continue...

Canadians need an Indigenous Supreme Court Judge

On Dec. 15, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has the opportunity to choose an Indigenous judge for the Supreme Court of Canada.Continue...

Bringing to life a curriculum around assisted death is the first step

It’s a difficult subject to talk about, but the contentiousness of physician-assisted death may be all the more reason to normalize education around it.Continue...

Court rules right on sex work

On Dec. 20, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down three laws governing activities surrounding sex work.Continue...