Runnymede Fellows Program

The Runnymede Society seeks papers relating to themes of the rule of law, freedom, and constitutionalism. Any paper broadly falling into one of these categories is eligible. Papers should be between 5,000 and 10,000 words. Note that fellowship recipients may be required to condense the length of their papers prior...

MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith: Canada’s COVID-19 Response

This episode features Nathaniel Erskine-Smith, the Member of Parliament for Beaches-East York ? a riding he has represented since 2015. As a parliamentarian, Mr. Erskine-Smith currently sits on the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology. Before politics, Mr. Erskine-Smith worked as a lawyer in Toronto. He obtained his undergraduate...

Shannon Salter: BC?s Civil Resolution Tribunal

This episode of Runnymede Radio features Shannon Salter, the Chair of British Columbia?s Civil Resolution Tribunal ? Canada?s first online tribunal. Ms. Salter earned her BA and LLB from the University of British Columbia, and her LLM from the University of Toronto. She clerked at the Supreme Court of British Columbia before...

Carissima Mathen: Advisory Opinions

This episode of Runnymede Radio features Carissima Mathen, a law professor at the University of Ottawa. Interviewed by Mark Mancini, the National Director of the Runnymede Society, Professor Mathen discusses her book entitled Courts Without Cases: The Law and Politics of Advisory Opinions, released in 2019 by Hart Publishing. Below...

Asher Honickman: Canadian Federalism

This episode of Runnymede Radio features Asher Honickman, a partner at Matthews Abogado LLP in Toronto. He is also the founder and CEO of Advocates for the Rule of Law, a legal think tank dedicated to promoting the rule of law in Canada. Interviewed by Mark Mancini, the National Director...

Dr. Kerri Froc: Feminist Originalism

This episode of Runnymede Radio features Dr. Kerri Froc, an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of New Brunswick. Interviewed by Mark Mancini, the National Director of the Runnymede Society, Professor Froc discusses the intersection of feminism and originalism in the context of Canadian constitutional law...

Dr. Paul Daly: The Administrative Law Trilogy

This episode of Runnymede Radio features Dr. Paul Daly, a member of the Faculty of Law (Common Law Section) at the University of Ottawa, where he holds a University Research Chair in Administrative Law and Governance. In this episode, Dr. Daly and Mark Mancini, the National Director of the Runnymede...

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