SPINLAW 2011 Conference

Interested in how the law can have an impact on society? The Student Public Interest Network Legal Action Workshop (SPINLAW) invites you to register for the 2011 SPINLAW conference! This one-day event will be held at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law on Saturday, March 12, 2011. Registration is free (register online at www.spinlaw.ca) and includes breakfast, lunch, and a Saturday reception.

This year's theme is Canada 2020: the future of public interest law. Join law students, practitioners, academics and activists to discuss the role of the law in shaping Canadian society, including panels on:

    * Access to Justice
    * Aboriginal Women and Bill C-3
    * Mental Health in Toronto 2020
    * Environmental Law and Activism
    * Polygamy and Women's Rights
    * Litigation Strategies and Social Justice
    * Constitutional Rights and the G20 Protests in Toronto

Our keynote speaker will be immigration lawyer and activist Barbara Jackman, who has worked on the issue of security certificates and the Arar inquiry.

This conference is a unique opportunity to connect with like-minded people and hear about cutting-edge areas of public interest law.

Please visit our website for more information, including a schedule, registration and panel summaries.