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Runnymede Society Student Leadership Conference 2016

Canadian law students returning to their studies in the fall of 2016 are eligible to apply for the Runnymede Society’s first Student Leadership Conference. The Runnymede Society will be hosting its Student Leadership Conference this August 26-28, 2016, in the beautiful Ontario countryside. The weekend will include legal study and discussion, training to equip students with the skills and knowledge ...

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Runnymede Spring Tour Update and Website!

The Runnymede Society, which is a new law student membership group co-founded by and in partnership with Advocates for the Rule of Law, kicked off this spring with a series of great events across the country this past month: March 2nd: Queen’s: Debate on Social and Economic Rights with Profs. Bruce Pardy, Tsvi Kahana, and Chris Essert. March 17th: Calgary: ...

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State Regulation or Markets?

On Monday, March 21, 2016, the Runnymede Society will host a debate at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. The title of the debate is: The Legitimacy of the Welfare State: Governments in Pursuit of the Public Good. Bruce Pardy, Professor of Law at Queen’s University Faculty of Law, will debate Jason MacLean, Assistant Professor of Law at Bora Laskin ...

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Promoting the Runnymede Society

Yesterday, the National Post ran an op-ed piece co-authored by Asher Honickman, Marni Soupcoff (Executive Director of the Canadian Constitution Foundation) and Joanna Baron (Director of the Runnymede Society). The article, “Safeguarding the Rule of Law”, speaks to the importance of constitutionalism and the rule of law in Canada and some recent decisions at the Supreme Court that call into ...

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Introducing the Runnymede Society

We at Advocates for the Rule of Law are pleased to announce that we have teamed up with the Canadian Constitution Foundation, a registered charity dedicated to defending the constitutional freedoms of Canadians, to form the Runnymede Society, a law-school-based membership group that specializes in holding provocative and enlightening debates and educational symposia focused on the rule of law. ‘Runnymede’ refers to a water-meadow in ...

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ARL in the News

Asher Honickman was recently quoted in the Epoch Times regarding the proposed memorial to the victims of communism. Honickman was interviewed by the Epoch Times after he and Dylan Crosby published an opinion editorial in the National Post on behalf of the ARL.

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