As the semester draws to an end, ES&LSA and IRSoc will be holding a joint social at Pogue Mahone (777 Bay St, Toronto, ON M5G 2B3) March 19!
Nachos, 16 pounds of wings, and beer have been ordered, so come on out to take a break from the March midterm madness and meet some other students from these two Trinity College programs.
Minors are welcome to attend, though staff will be checking ID for those looking to drink.
For those who are hoping to buy an Ethics, Society, and Law toque on the day of ($5), please send a message to me or email@example.com to place your order.
Hope to see you then!
Vice-President, Advocacy and Community Research Partnership in Ethics (CRPE) Chair
VP Social Events
VP Speaker Series
If you are running for a Category A position, you must run specifically for that position. If you are running for a Category B position, you do not have to run specifically for a position. The person who has the most votes will first pick his or her position, the person who has the second most votes will pick his or her position, and so forth.
To run, please prepare a brief statement (250 words or less) detailing why you would like to run, what position(s) you are interested in, your relevant qualifications, and what you hope to bring to the ES&L team!
We will be accepting statements until 11:59pm on March 20th. Each position's duties are outlined under Article 5 of the ES&L Constitution at the following link: http://www.utesl.com/our-constitution.html
The voting period will take place March 25 through March 27. Information about online voting will be made available at a later date.
For questions and concerns, please contact our Chief Returning Officer Arash Ghiassi at firstname.lastname@example.org
The laws surrounding prostitution in Canada have been in contention in recent years. It is an issue with many social and legal dimensions to explore, and ESLSA has the pleasure of inviting an expert from the firm Sack Goldblatt Mitchell LLP, to host a seminar on the changing nature of prostitution in Canada.
Frances Mahon is part of SGM’s criminal law group. She has worked on the Canada v. Bedford case from the beginning, and appeared as a witness for Bill C-36, both of which were important parts of prostitution law’s recent developments.
Frances graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2013. During law school, she worked as a research assistant for Professor Alan Young, and was part of the legal team that successfully challenged three of Canada's prostitution laws before the Supreme Court of Canada.
Frances also took a lead role at the Innocence Project, an organization which investigates claims of wrongful conviction. She is dedicated to advancing the cause of justice, whether in the courtroom or through grassroots advocacy.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from and engage with a leading figure in the development of prostitution law in Canada.
Refreshments will be provided.
This event will be held in the Junior Common Room of Trinity College on Wednesday, February 25, 2015, from 3p - 6p. We hope to see you there!