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Episode 19 (Feb 2011) – Executive Actions

Welcome et bienvenue to LegalEase: a monthly Montreal-based and produced radio show on 90.3 FM CKUT. We broadcast law broadly. Le collectif LegalEase est un group des etudiants et etudiantes en droit de la communaute montrealaise. This month’s program is entitled, “Executive Actions.” Listen by clicking here.

Decent work for domestic workers

First, Mae Nam presents a piece on the upcoming international convention on Domestic Workers. Lindsay Cheong, intern at the International Labour Organization in Geneva, Switzerland sits down with LegalEase for an interview. Note: since this interview, LegalEase has learned the convention was adopted. More information is available if you click on the ILO image to your left.

Second, we feature a lecture by Kent Roach and Evan Fox-Decent recorded at McGill in Winter 2011 entitled, ” How Far Can the Charter Go? Omar Khadr, the Royal Prerogative and the Supreme Court of Canada.” LegalEase breaks down some of the legal jargon from this dense, yet prescient presentation.

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