Constitution of Rights scrutinized
Picture: Supreme Court docket of Canada
Justice Suzanne Cote
The College of British Columbia Okanagan is getting again into the swing of issues this fall with the primary in a collection of lectures discussing the rights and wrongs of Canada’s Constitution of Rights because it turns 40 years outdated.
UBCO might be internet hosting Supreme Court docket of Canada Justice Suzanne Côté, who will deal with landmark instances round defining rights and freedoms, affordable limits and in addition the scope of constitution protections and cures.
“The UBC Centre for Constitutional Regulation and Authorized Research will supply a speaker collection, workshops and conferences geared in direction of college students, school members, the authorized group and anybody else involved in authorized points,” says Dr. Andrew Irvine, assistant director of the centre and professor within the Division of Economics, Philosophy and Political Science.
The lecture takes place Sept. 8 at 4 p.m. in UBCO’s College Centre Ballroom and is free and open to all. Pre-registration is required.
This public lecture is the primary in a collection of occasions hosted by the centre at UBCO’s Irving Ok. Barber College of Arts and Social Sciences and consists of associates from UBC Vancouver, the Allard Faculty of Regulation and elsewhere.