UAlberta Faculty of Law (@UAlbertaLaw )

UAlberta Faculty of Law

Bio The official Twitter of the University of Alberta Faculty of Law. Facebook/Instagram: UAlbertaLaw Please note this account is monitored Mon-Fri, 8:30AM-4:30PM.
Location Edmonton, Alberta
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Hootsuite Inc. : Indigenous #UAlbertaLaw alumni, join us for this inaugural gathering on Jan 29! The program includes keynote remarks from prominent alumni, a visual presentation of photos & reconnecting via breakout groups.

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Twitter Web App : Closing the gap between startups who most certainly need legal guidance and the lawyers who don’t know how to reach them. Join University of Alberta to learn how lawyers can better serve startups #smallbusiness #startups #Entrepreneurship #ymm twitter.com/UAlbertaLaw/st…

Hootsuite Inc. : "(The podcast is) a chance for me to do something fun with my kids, and I think it’s also a chance to demystify some aspects of the criminal law,” said #UAlbertaLaw Prof. Peter Sankoff, who has launched tclpodcast with his 11-year-old daughter Penny.

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Twitter Web App : Join Prof Eric Adams on Feb 8 for a discussion of the #CharterofRightsandFreedoms fundamental freedoms of expression & peaceful assembly & the issues raised by ABs Critical Infrastructure Defence Act. Event is FREE & open to public. Register: bit.ly/2LWCHZZ #conlaw

Hootsuite Inc. : The 2021 Legal Innovation Conference aims to solve a problem: the gap between startups who need legal advice & lawyers who don’t know how to reach them.

Join law & business experts for this free webinar!

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Hootsuite Inc. : With a charming sidekick & a fun format, #UAlbertaLaw Prof. Peter Sankoff has created a new podcast to simplify concepts of criminal law for Canadians aged 10 to 100.

tclpodcast debuted Jan 11, co-hosted by Sankoff & his 11-year-old daughter Penny.

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Hootsuite Inc. : Hear from lawyers helping startups & from startups who need legal guidance at the 2021 Legal Innovation Conference!

On Jan 29, learn about business challenges & how the legal community can help mitigate them

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Hootsuite Inc. : Bilingual law students UAlberta Faculty of Law might want to consider applying to work as research assistants on this important project! #A2J twitter.com/thejurisblogge…

Twitter Web App : UAlberta Faculty of Law, our Green Mug Coffee Circle is here for you tomorrow at noon. Join us to have questions answered, the practice of law explained and get to know colleagues in your chosen profession. Wed love to meet you. If you wish to join, e-mail program-manager@lawyersassist.ca.

Hootsuite Inc. : Calling all Indigenous #UAlbertaLaw alumni: dont miss this inaugural gathering on Jan 29!

The virtual meeting will highlight our members achievements & provide a walk down memory lane, followed by breakout sessions for reconnecting.

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Hootsuite Inc. : And we are live! Episode 2 of the tclpodcast is now available! Come and learn how we decide whether a person is guilty of a crime, and stay to learn about Baby Groot, in Penny's Corner. Please RT to share the news!!
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Twitter Web App : Really enjoyed doing The Commentary podcast with Joseph Planta! Talked about new book, the age of misinformation, how read health news...
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Joseph Planta: It’s a fascinating book, as well as sometimes worrying. And it’s entertaining throughout.

Hootsuite Inc. : On Jan 21, join AB Lawyers Assist for the 1st Green Mug Coffee Circle of 2021! #UAlbertaLaw students, this is your chance to connect with peer-support lawyers who are available to answer questions & share perspectives on law school & practising law.
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Hootsuite Inc. : 📻Its time to tune in to Runnymede Radio --

Check out our first episode of 2021, featuring Malcolm Lavoie from UAlberta Faculty of Law discussing his recent University of Toronto Law Journal article, “The Implications of Property as Self-Government.”

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