Report on Regent Law School Symposium on Enumerated and Unenumerated Rights

It was my privilege to speak at the Regent Law Review Symposium.  The Regent Law Review celebrated 25 years at this event with special alumnus Justice Daniel Kelly. The former editors-in-chief over the 25 years were present. The symposium was organized to discuss the clash between “Enumerated and Unenumerated Rights.”… More

The Oxford Symposium on Law and Religion 2016

The fourth annual symposium of the International Consortium of Law and Religion Studies (ICLARS) was held September 8-11, 2016 at St. Hughes College, Oxford University.  It was a great opportunity to meet with colleagues in the field of law and religion.  Over the years I have come to greatly appreciate… More

Common Sense Prevails at the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal

This entry is part 24 of 33 in the series Trinity Western University.

This entry is part 24 of 33 in the series Trinity Western University. The Nova Scotia Barristers Society (Society) was “discomforted” by Trinity Western University’s (TWU) Community Covenant which, “in addition to mundane items” noted the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal (Court), “prohibits sexual intimacy outside the marriage between a… More