Fundamentals of Canadian Law: a podcast about the law in Canada!
December 19, 2017 9:57 AM   Subscribe

Fundamentals of Canadian Law: a podcast about the law in Canada!
Canadian law is fun and cool and exciting! Every three weeks, we release another podcast where we take something in the news or the general cultural conversation in Canada, and break down how the law applies. The web link works, but it's better to look it up & subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, etc.

I talk to professors at the Faculty of Law at Queen's University, all involved with the Certificate in Law, a new undergraduate law program we launched last year. Each episode lasts under 20 minutes. Our current episode is on the legal distinction between "Aboriginal" and "Indigenous" law, and others so far have included duress as a defense in prison crime, and how trademark applies when Coca-Cola jacks your catchphrase to sell soda.

I'm having a blast doing this, and enjoying unpacking some simple ideas into introductory level legal complexity.
Role: Creator, host
posted by Shepherd (1 comment total) 2 users marked this as a favorite

This is right up my alley! Thanks for making it.
posted by Banknote of the year at 9:25 AM on December 30, 2017

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