UNB Law

Prof. Hilary Young contributes to Non-consensual Disclosure of Intimate Images tort adopted by the ULCC

Ed Bowes

Posted: Jan 25, 2021

Category: Faculty



For more than two years, UNB Law Associate Professor Hilary Young and Associate Professor Emily Laidlaw of the University of Calgary have worked on a law reform project examining the non-consensual disclosure of intimate images (or “revenge porn”). As of Dec. 31, 2020, the Uniform Law Conference of Canada (ULCC) has adopted its Uniform Non-consensual Disclosure of Intimate Images...

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2020 Queen’s Counsel appointments

Ed Bowes

Posted: Dec 18, 2020

Category: Alumni



On Dec. 14, 2020, six UNB Law Alumni received Queen’s Counsel designations in recognition of their high level of personal and professional integrity, and for their outstanding contributions to the legal profession. Steven R. Barnett (LLB ’95), Fredericton Hugh J. Cameron (LLB ’89), Fredericton Shawn Robert Dempsey (LLB ’94), Moncton Catherine A. Fawcett (LLB ’97),...

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Norman Siebrasse extensively cited by the Federal Court of Appeal

Ed Bowes

Posted: Oct 8, 2020

Category: Faculty



Professor Norman Siebrasse was extensively cited and quoted by the Federal Court of Appeal in an important decision setting out the proper approach to the remedy of an accounting of profits in Nova Chemicals Corporation v Dow Chemicals Company 2020 FCA 141. Nova v Dow is a patent infringement case involving the production and sale of plastic wrap. Nova was infringing upon Dow’s patent....

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Professor Hilary Young reacts to SCC defamation decisions

Professor Hilary Young

Posted: Sep 16, 2020

Category: Faculty



On Thursday, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decisions in two companion cases—the first on Ontario's anti-SLAPP legislation, the Protection of Public Participation Act. 1704604 Ontario Ltd v Pointes Protection involved an alleged breach of contract and was notable for affirming the interpretation of statutory language such as "substantial merit" and "grounds to believe." The...

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Supreme Court of Canada Justice Thomas Cromwell to Judge 58th Harrison Shield

Ed Bowes

Posted: Sep 11, 2020

Category: Students



The 58th edition of UNB Law’s in-house moot will be like no other in the law school’s history. In addition to the Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench, The Hon. Tracey DeWare (LLB ’94) and The Hon. Madame Justice Kathleen Quigg (LLB ’89) of the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, former Supreme Court Justice Thomas Cromwell has agreed to help judge this...

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Delivering an outstanding legal education during a global pandemic

Ed Bowes

Posted: Aug 31, 2020

Category: Students , Faculty



Program Support officer David Anderson (left) and Professor Basil Alexander (right) test new virtual classroom equipment in the Mary Louise Lynch. The UNB Faculty of Law is committed to ensuring a safe, positive, and academically challenging atmosphere for our students during the COVID-19 pandemic. The law school is following all health and safety directions provided by the Province of New...

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Kerri Froc talks gender, diversity and federalism

Ed Bowes

Posted: Aug 4, 2020

Category: Faculty , Research


Professor Kerri Froc’s research into Canadian federalism was recently published in Vickers, Grace and Collier’s, Handbook on Gender, Diversity and Federalism. Professor Froc’s chapter, Reproducing the masculine, neoliberal state: Canadian federalism doctrine and the judicial deregulation of reproductive technologies, examines the gendered workings of Canadian...

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In Memoriam

Ed Bowes

Posted: Jul 20, 2020

Category: Alumni


The Hon. David F. Hurley (LLB ’75) | 29 January 1950 to 15 July 2020 The UNB Faculty of Law is saddened to hear of the passing of The Hon. David F. Hurley, sitting Justice of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador. Justice Hurley graduated with his Bachelor of Arts in 1971 from Memorial University in his native Newfoundland. In 1975, he received his Bachelor of Laws from UNB,...

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UNB Law alumnae secure leadership roles with the judiciary and CRTC

Ed Bowes

Posted: Jul 3, 2020

Category: Alumni


Krista J. MacKay, QC (LLB ‘95) was appointed justice of the Provincial Court of Prince Edward Island, becoming the second woman to hold this position. In this role, Justice MacKay presides over provincial court cases in her hometown of Summerside. Prior to her appointment, Justice MacKay had a successful career in private practise with Taylor McLellan (1995 – 1999) and Cox & Palmer...

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UNB Law student Curtis Doyle secures Supreme Court of Canada clerkship

Ed Bowes

Posted: Mar 30, 2020

Category: Students



“It is a tremendous opportunity to learn from some of the brightest students, lawyers, and judges in the country, while turning my mind to important legal problems and doing work that is helpful to the Court.” In the summer of 2021, third-year student Curtis Doyle will be heading to Ottawa, where he will be clerking for the Honourable Justice Moldaver at the Supreme Court of...

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