About Drew Yewchuk

Drew Yewchuk is a research assistant and articling student at the Public Interest Legal Clinic at the University of Calgary.

Public Interest Law Clinic at the University of Calgary

The forces shaping the access to justice crisis are deeply connected to the forces shaping the future of legal practice and legal education. Marginalized people are chronically deprived of access to legal services. The expanding role of the administrative state has created opportunities for public engagement that have increased the need for individuals and organizations […]

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Christine Laing

Christine Laing is a sessional instructor and Public Interest Legal Clinic staff lawyer at the University of Calgary.

 

Drew Yewchuk

Drew Yewchuk is a research assistant and articling student at the Public Interest Legal Clinic at the University of Calgary.

 

The Appointment of Justice Rowe

On October 17, 2016 Prime Minister Trudeau nominated Justice Malcolm Rowe for appointment to the Supreme Court of Canada. Justice Rowe was a trial judge in Newfoundland and Labrador for two years before being appointed to the Court of Appeal of Newfoundland and Labrador in 2001. The first section of this article describes the recent […]

Authors:

Drew Yewchuk

Drew Yewchuk is a research assistant and articling student at the Public Interest Legal Clinic at the University of Calgary.

 


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