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Queen's in the News: 15-April-2005 09:52:00 AM

Gary Trotter's (Law) commentary about response to a man recently charged with murdering his wife and released on bail appears in the Globe and Mail.

Emeritus professor David Mullan (Law) comments in the Globe and Mail about Toronto's policy on lobbyists.

Don Stuart (Law) comments in the National Post about a court order to restrict Karla Holmolka’s movements when she is released from prison. The story is also covered in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

Kevin Hall (Civil Engineering) discusses on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard a new water test developed at Queen’s that provides faster, more accurate results.

Ken Wong (Business) discusses in the Edmonton Journal considerations for small businesses transitioning to larger businesses.

Allan Manson (Law) is interviewed on CBC-TV the National about the Gomery inquiry.

Bernie Adell (Law) is interviewed on CBC Radio Canada International about the Toronto transit.

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