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08-31-22 | Indigenous Law, Jurivision

Indigenous legal orders at the heart of a new university program

In an effort to contribute to the revitalization of Indigenous legal orders and provide a more respectful welcome to Indigenous learners on an academic path in law, the University of Ottawa’s Civil Law Section has launched a new Certificate in Indigenous Law.

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09-10-21 | Food Law, Public Law

The Right to Farm– Artisanal production and its legislative framework in Quebec

Sarah Berger Richardson is an Assistant Professor in the Civil Law Section of the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law where she focuses her research on food law and policy.

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09-01-21 | Food Law, Public Law

Launch of the JuriDoc “The Right to Farm”

Roundtable discussion on agricultural law and food sovereignty in Quebec with Minister André Lamontagne (MAPAQ), Professor Geneviève Parent (DDSA Chair, Université Laval), and Me Jean-Pierre Levesque (Cain Lamarre). Moderated by Professor Sarah Berger Richardson (University of Ottawa).

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06-25-21 | COVID-19, Law Practice, Legislative Drafting, Public Service

Legal responses to COVID-19: The unsung work of legislative drafters

Significant measures were put in place to limit the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Canadians. Most of these required the intervention of legislative drafters who urgently prepared the texts of the laws and regulations that enabled governments to take action. This JuriDoc exposes the behind-the-scenes work of these lawyers who serve our governments and whose contributions are fundamental to both democracy and the rule of law in Canada.

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