Constitutional Roundtable with Richard Stacey
This is a discussion in regards to constitutional interregnum, which sites several instances in recent Egyptian history, where military forces assumed control of the government and has suspended the constitution on several occassions.
This discussion will focus on those periods of constitutional interregnum, or periods of time where the constitution of a country has been suspended.
Legal Theory Workshop with Anne Norton
Anne Norton is a professor for the University of Pennsylvania. This workshop is her arguement in regards to the theory that committing a lesser evil is necessary to prevent a greater evil in our post 9/11 era.
Confronting a Human Rights Scourge: Canada and the Global Struggle against Torture
Alex Neve will be presenting his findings in regards to the current state of Canadien and the world when it comes to fighting the efforts against torture. This will discuss how in many ways, Canada has fallen short in protecting, and at often times, allowing, torture.
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