Dr. Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu, the executive director of the Centre for Policy Alternatives, spoke on What’s Next for Sri Lanka? at York University on October 28, 2013. The event was hosted by The Mosaic Institute, York U Centre for Human Rights, Amnesty International and Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada.
Category Archives: International Law
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to Anita Sharma and Brian Dunstan of Sun News Network on the prospect of Omar Khadr appealing his war crimes charges. For more, see Slaw. Tx for joining us, Omar. Great legal analysis re: Omar Khadr RT @omarharedeye: @anitasharma Great talking to you today @sunnewsnetwork —
Omar Ha-Redeye was a judge in the 2013 UCLA Cyber Crimes Moot Competition. The problem this year focused on the Wiretap Act and a search incident to arrest of a smartphone. The event is sponsored by Norton by Symantec, and hosted by the UCLA Moot Court Honors Program. See Slaw
From the Ottawa Citizen: The Defence Department has quietly removed from the Internet a report into the killing of a Canadian military officer by Israeli forces, a move the soldier’s widow says is linked to the Conservative government’s reluctance to criticize Israel for any wrongdoing. Maj. Paeta Hess-von Kruedener and
The Selected Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Canadian Law Student Conference are now available on SSRN. Omar Ha-Redeye’s paper, A Trial to End All Terrorism: How the United States Could Have Won the War on Terrorism Before it Even Began, with the Trial of Only One Man is included in