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Under Volume 57, the McGill Law Journal became the first Canadian legal journal to launch a significant podcast series. Each episode provides a forum for discussing important legal questions, while connecting with our audience in a deeper way. Envoyez-nous un courriel à journal.law@mcgill.ca si vous avez des questions ou des suggestions.

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Under Volume 57, the McGill Law Journal became the first Canadian legal journal to launch a significant podcast series. Each episode provides a forum for discussing important legal questions, while connecting with our audience in a deeper way. Envoyez-nous un courriel à journal.law@mcgill.ca si vous avez des questions ou des suggestions.

    [MLJ Shorts] La justice réparatrice pour les jeunes contrevenants

    [MLJ Shorts] La justice réparatrice pour les jeunes contrevenants

    Dans cet épisode, nous plongeons au cœur de la justice des jeunes contrevenants au Canada, avec une attention particulière portée sur le Québec.

    Nos invitées sont Me Véronique Champagne, procureure en chef au Bureau des affaires de la jeunesse du Directeur des poursuites criminelles et pénale et Mme Catherine Lapierre, directrice des services de justice réparatrice pour mineurs à Équijustice.

    • 28 min
    [MLJ Shorts] Autism and the Law

    [MLJ Shorts] Autism and the Law

    This episode navigates the intricate landscape of the Canadian legal system as it intersects with the lives of neurodivergent individuals. We aim to explore the ways in which autistic people may interact with the legal system and how various factors can influence the overall journey through the justice system. We discuss potential solutions and suggestions aimed at reducing ableism and providing support for neurodiverse populations.
    We hear from Dr. Stephanie Ehret, a criminologist and Assistant Professor of Sociology at Trent University. Dr. Ehret’s research focuses on gender and violence, as well as autism and criminal justice.

    • 27 min
    [MLJ Shorts] Canadian Crypto Regulation Following the FTX Collapse

    [MLJ Shorts] Canadian Crypto Regulation Following the FTX Collapse

    Cryptocurrency's rapid rise has placed financial regulators in uncharted territory, forcing experts to think outside the box about how to best regulate decentralized digital assets. This episode will explore the Canadian cryptocurrency regulatory landscape in the wake of the FTX collapse and consider how it might evolve in the future.
    In this episode, we speak with Me Laure Fouin, co-head of the Digital Assets and Blockchain group and a partner at the Montréal office of Osler, a leading Canadian law firm. 

    • 20 min
    [Counterpoint] The Yazidi Genocide: A Conversation about the Role of NGOs and the International Community

    [Counterpoint] The Yazidi Genocide: A Conversation about the Role of NGOs and the International Community

    Content Warning: This episode discusses sexual violence and genocide.
    This episode explores how non-governmental and other international organizations work to achieve justice and redress for survivors of international war crimes. We speak with Natia Navrouzov, who shares expertise on the role of NGOs, and the international community, more generally, in obtaining redress for Yazidi survivors of genocide. 

    • 21 min
    [Legal Fictions] Carrières alternatives avec un diplôme en droit / Alternative Careers with a Law Degree

    [Legal Fictions] Carrières alternatives avec un diplôme en droit / Alternative Careers with a Law Degree

    In this this two-part epsiode, we hear from McGill Law graduates whose unconventional careers challenge the typical image of what it means to be a lawyer or have a law degree. Our guests for part two are Aaron Wenner and Geeva Samynathan, both law graduates who decided to pursue entrepreneurial careers.
    Aaron is co-founder and CEO of CiteRight, a Toronto-based legal-tech start-up that helps coordinate legal research and drafting. Geeva runs a consultancy company, ECTAA, that provides guidance in management, environmental consulting, and corporate training. 

    • 12 min
    [MLJ Shorts] L’avenir du fédéralisme à l’heure du renouveau de relations canado-autochtones

    [MLJ Shorts] L’avenir du fédéralisme à l’heure du renouveau de relations canado-autochtones

    Huit ans après la publication du rapport final de la Commission de vérité et de réconciliation du Canada, cet épisode se penche sur les voies possibles des interactions entre les peuples autochtones et l'État canadien. Nous nous entretenons avec Jean Leclair, professeur de droit à l'Université de Montréal spécialiste du fédéralisme et du pluralisme juridique, pour mieux comprendre le concept de justice transitionnelle dans le contexte canadien.

    • 24 min

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