All Week: FLF is looking for No Means No Facilitators. Message Shea Sanders or Madison Parker · FLF is looking for a 1L Rep – Message Alexis Bailey · Ticket Sales for CLG Direct & Cross-Examination Workshop – Message Breanna Sheppard · Interested in curling? Message Kaylen Noga or David John · Intramural Sign-ups – message Franco Aiello · Campaign for MLSA Students Providing Care Representative & Part-Time Students Representative · Send email on behalf of RH Animal Rights Forum. For more information message Larissa Campbell · Submit outlines to the Academic Committee – message Alexa Smith · Want to be in future RH stock photos? Email Christine Mazur email@example.com
Monday, September 23: 12 – 1 Robson Hall Mental Health Group meeting in room 206
8:30 – 4:30 Hockey Arbitration Moot sign-up sheet in the General Office
5:00 Fillmore Riley Wine & Cheese for 2L’s
Tuesday, September 24: 12 – 1 MLSA General Meeting in room 206. All are welcome to attend.
4 – 5:30 Runnymede Society presents Do the Words Matter? with Justice David Stratas in Moot B
Wednesday, September 25: 9:30 (half day) – R v KGK at the law courts. All 9 SCC judges will be present. This case is about the right to a criminal trial within a reasonable time. The SCC has to decide if the time a judge takes to decide a case should count when deciding if a trial is taking too long.
12 – 1 COC Collection Drive for Main Street Project1
2:30 Critical Conversations: What Lawyers should take away from the MMIWGI Report in room 206
2:45 – 3:45 Critical Conversations: What is genocide and does use of the term in the MMIWGI report matter? in room 206
4:30 – 6:30 Celebrating Student Achievement Reception in the Common Room
4:30 – 8 Hockey Arbitration Moot Try-Outs
Thursday, September 26: 9:00 (all day) – Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique v British Columbia. This case is about language eduation rights for French speakers in BC. The SCC has to decide what school services BC must have for its French-speaking community.
12 – 2 RH Animal Rights Forum will be in the hallway with computers to email the President of Tanzania to save the elephants
6:00 SCC Dinner at RBC Convention Centre
Friday, September 27 1:30 – SCC visit with law students – check your emails from AD Curran
8:30 – 4:30 Students Providing Care & Part-Time Students Rep Voting
Saturday, September 28 N/A
Sunday, September 29 8:30 – Conference: Harnessing the Winds of Change in a Shifting Nuclear World at CMHR