Tag Archives: Christian Law School

Charitable Status of Un-Popular Opinion

This entry is part 14 of 38 in the series Trinity Western University.

In the recent edition of the Alberta publication Law Matters law professor of tax law and policy, Saul Templeton, of the University of Calgary wrote an article arguing that Trinity Western University’s (TWU) charitable status should be revoked.  Templeton’s article is not only provocative but unfortunately, completely ignores charity law…. More

Trinity Western University and the Legal War of Attrition: Isn’t It Time To Let Diversity Flourish?

This entry is part 13 of 38 in the series Trinity Western University.

A legal war of attrition is an apt description.  Trinity Western University’s (TWU) bid for a law school has one court victory in Nova Scotia (now appealed), one loss in Ontario (also soon to be appealed) and is about to embark on its third court hearing in less than a… More

The Cold Chill of the Legal Profession’s Rejection of Religious Freedom

This entry is part 3 of 38 in the series Trinity Western University.

Cold winds blew on Trinity Western University’s (TWU) Law School last week. On Thursday April 24, the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) voted 28-21 against TWU’s accreditation. On Friday April 25, the Nova Scotia Barrister’s Society (NSBS) followed Ontario’s leading and voted 10-9 to accept TWU only if it… More

BC Law Society Approves TWU Law School Graduates

This entry is part 2 of 38 in the series Trinity Western University.

The BC Law Society benchers voted 20-6 against a motion that would have seen TWU law school graduates not be able to practise law in BC.  The failure of that motion means that the Federation of Law Schools decision on December 16, 2013 to approve TWU stands. At first glance… More