Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to Brian Dunstan of Sun News Network about the RCMP actions at High River, and the legal process for which residents can use to file complaints. A summary of these notes are available on Slaw.
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Omar Ha-Redeye was a judge in the 2013 Niagara Moot. This year the competition focused on The Niagara Moot is hosted by the Canada-United States Law Institute (CUSLI), which is a joint initiative between Western Law in London, Ontario and Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, Ohio. Moot
A new contributor on LawIsCool is attracting a lot of attention. Ryan Venables is a former police officer from Vaughn who just started law school at the University of Western Ontario. He has drawn on his unique experience to provide some very interesting commentary on a number of related subjects.
Monia Mazigh, the wife of Maher Arar who campaigned tirelessly for his return to Canada, spoke at UWO Law today. After a Royal Commission that exonerated him, Arar received an apology from the RCMP and compensation from the Canadian government to help cover his legal costs. Despite this, nobody has
RCMP Asst. Commissioner Mike McDonnell spoke at UWO Law today. He talked at great length on the relationship between the RCMP and the legal community. But he also fielded some tough questions from the audience regarding recent RCMP tactics, including over-breadth towards counter-terrorism, staff shortages and allegations of incompetence, and