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UVic Graduate Student Law & Society Research Group Publications

UVic Graduate Student Law & Society Research Group Publications

 

Recent Submissions

  • Ramraj, Victor V.; Gebru, Aman (2021-04-09)
    In October 2020, India and South Africa proposed the World Trade Organization (WTO) to temporarily suspend trade-related intellectual property rights to COVID-19 vaccines and technologies. The proposal aims to ensure that ...
  • Chan, Kathryn (2021-03-30)
    In this talk, Professor Kathryn Chan shared some evolving thoughts on the encounter between secular and religious legal traditions. She also shared findings from an ongoing project on the Immigration and Refugee Board’s ...
  • Johnson, Rebecca; Vallianatos, Mary Anne; Saha, Himaloya (2021-02-24)
    The candidacy exam is required of all PhD students and is taken no later than two years after a student's first registration in a PhD program at UVic. This academic requirement helps graduate programs to determine if a ...
  • Miskelly, Kenna (2021-02-24)
    Did you know that all researchers at the University of Victoria, including students, faculty, and staff, need an ethics approval or exemption to conduct research involving human participants, personal information, and ...
  • Promislow, Janna (2021-02-23)
    In this talk, Dr. Promislow addressed key questions and challenges in pursuing a transsystemic approach to research and teaching administrative law. By outlining some of the moves involved in toggling between state and ...
  • Borrows, John (2021-02-23)
    The University of Victoria follows a transsystemic method of teaching and thinking about law to educate across different legal orders, emphasize the relevance of Indigenous legal traditions to Canada, and contribute to ...
  • Gillen, Mark (2020-12-22)
    Whether one is immersed in the study of a civil law system or a common law system, a question that may arise is just what does the expression "common law" mean. This is a question I have examined in the context of teaching ...
  • Johnson, Rebecca; Rose-Redwood, Reuben (2020-12-22)
    Within the last few years, communities, groups, and institutions have striven to remove controversial names and monuments from public and private spaces. Intense debates have focused on why and how those names and monuments ...