30 May 2017 - 10:00am to 30 May 2017 - 5:00pm

University of Toronto, Solarium, Faculty of Law, 84 Queens Park

2013 fellow Kent Roach organizes a one day symposium, which will take place in the Solarium at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. The day will begin with a panel on criminal justice reform, to be followed by an afternoon panel on national security. The day will end with a discussion between Roach and M.L. Friedland reflecting on six decades of criminal justice and national security reform. Ultimately, the goal of this symposium is to create a special double issue of Criminal Law Quarterly. Discussion will bring together academics, policy‐makers, and practitioners and will address anticipated provincial and federal legislative changes.

Learn more about the event and register to attend here.

Kent Roach

A specialist in constitutional law and human rights advocate, Professor Roach has made his mark through work on security certificates in the wake of the war on terrorism and redress for the abuses of the residential schooling system.

2013 Fellows