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Refreshing, Relevant and Rewarding: My Summer Experience at CIAJ

What is it like to work at CIAJ? In this blog post, Sarah Rowe shares her thoughts on her refreshing, relevant and rewarding experience working at CIAJ during the summer of 2022.

A Summer Internship With a Focus on Innovation and Creativity

What is it like to work at CIAJ? It could be a summer with a focus on innovation and creativity! In this blog post, Sarah Rowe shares her thoughts on her experience working at CIAJ during the summer of 2022.

A Summer Dedicated to Research at CIAJ

What is it like to work at CIAJ? It could be a summer dedicated to research! In this blog post, Troy Glover shares his thoughts on his experience working at CIAJ during the summer of 2022.

Prisoner Justice: Dignity Through Decarceration

“Prisoner Justice: Dignity Through Decarceration” Learn more on this topic to be discussed at CIAJ’s 46th Annual Conference on “The Right to Dignity in Canadian Law.” (Panel #6)

Caring for Older People

How can we make it possible for everyone to live with honour, dignity, and respect until the end-of-life? Learn more on this topic to be discussed at CIAJ’s 46th Annual Conference on “The Right to Dignity in Canadian Law (Panel #8).”

My Internship Experience with Justice Lucille Shaw

What could you learn shadowing a judge during a CIAJ judicial internship? Many things! Thank you to Justice Lucille Shaw of the Superior Court of Justice in Brampton, ON, who welcomed law student Vanessa Corridore last summer.

The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Persons With Disabilities

Learn more on “Systemic Ableism within the Context of Covid-19 and Medical Assistance in Dying,” an issue to be addressed in Panel #5 in the context of CIAJ’s 46th Annual Conference on “The Right to Dignity in Canadian Law.”

From Notion to Norm: The Many Meanings of Dignity

Learn more on the many meanings of dignity (from notion to norm), a topic to be discussed in Panel #1 in the context of CIAJ’s 46th Annual Conference on “The Right to Dignity in Canadian Law.”

Reconciliation: Restorative Approaches to Preserving Dignity

Learn more on “Reconciliation: Restorative Approaches to Preserving Dignity,” one of the topics to be discussed in Panel #4 in the context of CIAJ’s 46th Annual Conference on “The Right to Dignity in Canadian Law.”

Sex, Gender Identity, and Reproduction: Dignity in Healthcare

Learn more on Sex, Gender Identity, and Reproduction, one of the topics to be discussed in Panel #3 in the context of CIAJ’s 46th Annual Conference on “The Right to Dignity in Canadian Law.”