Environmental Law Centre, University of Victoria

The Environmental Law Centre Society provides research and advocacy on public interest environmental issues. Operating under the supervision of a senior environmental lawyer, our students provide pro bono legal representation and legal assistance to community/conservation groups and First Nations; produce citizen handbooks and other public legal education materials; and advocate on a wide range of environmental law reform issues.

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This draft submission to the Federal Government, which can be used as a resource to First Nations who want to advocate for improved drinking water quality within the Canadian legal framework, argues that Ottawa is ...
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This report, prepared by Mark Haddock and supported with funding from the Law Foundation of BC, evaluates the regulatory approach to professional reliance and environmental regulation in BC, identifies issues and makes ...
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