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Class of 2024: Inspiring UCalgary law grad ‘quickly learned that I can’t be successful alone’

Joel Tallerico makes many outstanding contributions to student life on his way to earning a joint JD/MBA degree

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Faculty of Law announces 2024 teaching excellence winners

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ABlawg: The Faculty of Law Blog

New Technology and Contract Formation: The Continuing Evolution of the Common Law

By: Jassmine Girgis Case Commented On: South West Terminal Ltd v Achter Land, 2023 SKKB 116 (Can LII) PDF Version: New Technology and Contract Formation: The Continuing Evolution of the Common Law In South West Terminal Ltd v Achter Land, … Continue reading →

Administrative Penalties at the Alberta Energy Regulator: A Rational Calculation of a Penalty Unlikely to be Paid

By: Drew Yewchuk Decision Commented on: AER Administrative Penalty 202405-002, Tallahassee Exploration Inc. (May 2024) PDF Version: Administrative Penalties at the Alberta Energy Regulator: A Rational Calculation of a Penalty Unlikely to be Paid This is the second post on … Continue reading →

Can the Federal Government Compel Provincial Authorities to Respect an Indigenous Right of Self-Government?

By: Robert Hamilton Case Commented on: Reference re An Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, youth and families, 2024 SCC 5 (CanLII) PDF Version: Can the Federal Government Compel Provincial Authorities to Respect an Indigenous Right of Self-Government? … Continue reading →

The Premier’s Review of the AER: A Recipe for How Industry Can Have its Cake and Eat it too

By: Drew Yewchuk, Shaun Fluker, Martin Olszynski, and Nigel Bankes Commented on: Final report: Premier’s Review of the Alberta Energy Regulator (May 2024) PDF Version: The Premier’s Review of the AER: A Recipe for How Industry Can Have its Cake … Continue reading →