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What happens when your home is not a safe and welcoming place? The law can help; services and supports are available.
A family law lawyer muses on the importance of hearing and acknowledging her clients’ experiences of violence.
Lindsey Whitson and Faye Wong
Immigrant women who experience domestic violence may also have to cope with social isolation and language barriers.
Homelessness is often a result of domestic violence because of difficulties with rented accommodation. How can the law help?
Lana Wells and Alina Tanasescu Turner
Research shows that even mild or moderate corporal punishment has harmful side effects, including the possibility of domestic violence later in life.
Women with pets or livestock often delay leaving situations of domestic violence because they are worried about their animals. But Emergency Protection Orders can include them.
We reach way back to Roman law to establish the rules of ownership of lost property.
Peter Bowal and Dusan Kuzma
Over many centuries, lots of rules have been established to determine the ultimate outcome of lost property.
Amarjeet Sohi and Erum Afsar
Ask a Law Librarian
Alberta Law Libraries
Human Rights Law
Landlord and Tenant Law
A Famous Case Revisited
Peter Bowal and Evan Knight