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Democracy, Justice and Equality

[Dr. Samuel Dahan]
November 13, 2019

How can AI help prepare a legal case? Dr. Samuel Dahan discusses his open-access work training machines to read law texts and extract the precedent to assist lawyers and self-represented litigants in their research.

[Dr. Fahim Quadir]
October 30, 2019

How do civil society, cosmopolitan citizenship, and realistic utopia contribute to the role of post-secondary education in society? Dr. Fahim Quadir discusses how his research focuses on producing new knowledge to address some of the pressing challenges facing the world today.

[Dr. Margaret Moore]
October 16, 2019

What are the territorial rights of peoples and states? Dr. Margaret Moore explores the question in a discussion about her two books, A Political Theory of Territory and Who Should Own Natural Resources.

July 29, 2019

Support for people with disabilities and their families: this research will identify needs of families affected by disability and develop and evaluate supports available to meet those needs, with a focus on populations in low- and middle- income countries. 

October 2, 2018
July 9, 2018

Exploring how practical questions like “How should I act?” or “What is right for me to do?” situate law within the wider study of human affairs: this research will enrich our understanding of the responsibilities of governments to citizens and the duties of citizens to each other and to the law.

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