The Centre for Enhanced Teaching and Learning (CETL) is pleased to announce Dr. Nicole O’Byrne has been selected as a CETL visiting scholar as part of her sabbatical program (January to June 2016). Nicole is an associate professor at the faculty of law where she teaches Criminal Law, Evidence and Aboriginal Peoples and the Law.… Read More »

Legal expert Nicole O’Byrne, assistant professor in the University of New Brunswick’s faculty of law, recently weighed in on the debate over shale gas development in New Brunswick. O’Byrne was featured on the front page of the Times and Transcript on November 1. Read the full story below. Anti-shale gas court case could work, says… Read More »

Legal expert Nicole O’Byrne, assistant professor in the University of New Brunswick’s faculty of law, weighed in on the current state of evidence in the Oland case in a recent media story. The circumstantial evidence that the prosecution is using to build its case is not out of the ordinary, according to O’Byrne. “Generally in… Read More »