NSBS in the news

The following media reports were published since the last edition of InForum:

EDITORIAL: Conscience vs. equality in Trinity Western ruling
The Chronicle Herald | February 2, 2015

Deborah Bowes, lawyer, rebuked for not reporting cash payments: Windsor lawyer disciplined by Nova Scotia Barristers' Society
By Blair Rhodes
CBC News | Feb. 2, 2015

Can America's faith-based law schools restrict sexual activity to heterosexual marriage?
Deseret News National Edition | Jan. 31, 2015
By Mark A. Kellner

OPINION: Ruling protects religious freedom
QMI Agency/ SUN Media | Jan. 31, 2015
by Ezra Levant

What we learned from Nova Scotia’s TWU decision
The National | January 30, 2015
By Julie Sobowale

TWU's Successful Judicial Review: Trinity Western University v. Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society, 2015 NSSC 25 (CanLII)
CanLII Connects | Jan. 30, 2015
by Jennifer Taylor, Stewart McKelvey

TWU’s Successful Judicial Review
BENCH PRESS: A Civil Litigation Blog | January 30, 2015
By Jennifer Taylor, Stewart McKelvey

Amherst News (N.S.) | Jan. 30, 2015  
by Gerard Veldhoven, Columnist 
 
The Telegram (St. John's, NL), Jan. 30, 2015  
by Brian Jones, Desk Editor 
 
JOHN CARPAY: Trinity Western ruling protects the freedoms of all Canadians
GLOBE DEBATE, contributed to The Globe and Mail | Jan. 30 2015

FULL COMMENT: Those opposed to TWU Law are being awfully picky about which civil rights they believe in
National Post | Jan. 30, 2015
by Chris Selley

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia rules in favour of TWU
TWU.ca | Jan. 30, 2015

Banning Christian University Grads From Practicing Law Over Opposition to Homosexuality Isn't Legal, Rules Canadian Court
BY MICHAEL GRYBOSKI
The Christian Post | January 30, 2015

Judge’s Tough Decision Lectures About Church Rights and Protections From ‘Power of the State’ in Huge Win for Christian Law School Battling for Survival
TheBlaze.com/Conservative Republicans of California | JANUARY 30, 2015
by Billy Hallowell

Canadian court upholds religious freedom of law students: Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society can’t deny accreditation to Trinity Western University law school for its beliefs about sexual behavior
Alliance Defending Freedom | Jan. 30, 2015

Canadian Christian university wins major court battle against Nova Scotia law society
OPENTHEWORD.ORG | Jan. 30, 2015

Canadian Court: You Can’t Block Lawyers Over Their Alma Mater Banning Gay Sex
Tennessee Christian News | JANUARY 30, 2015

Nova Scotia court exposes anti-Christian prejudice of legal elite
Mama Takes on the World | Jan. 30, 2015
by Lea Z. Singh

Nova Scotia Supreme Court favours TWU's proposed law school in battle with province’s law society
CP/Vancouver Province | JANUARY 29, 2015

A GOOD DAY FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN CANADA
Faith Today: Canada's Christian Magazine | Jan. 29, 2015
by Albertos Polizogopoulos

A victory for religious freedom in Canada: CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY WINS CASE AGAINST PROVINCIAL LAW SOCIETY
by Mathew Block
First Things | Jan. 29, 2015

VICTORY IN TWU CASE: THE CHARTER NOT A BLUEPRINT FOR MORAL CONFORMITY
Nova Scotia Court Affirms Religious Freedom of Law Students and Lawyers
CHRISTIAN LEGAL FELLOWSHIP | Jan. 29, 2015

Trinity Western University wins hands down in Nova Scotia legal battle
LIFE SITE | Jan. 29, 2015
By Steve Weatherbe

N.S. court rules in Trinity’s favour over anti-gay covenant
By Leslie MacKinnon
iPOLITICS.ca | Jan 28, 2015

Nova Scotia Supreme Court upholds Trinity Western accreditation
ANDREA WOO, VANCOUVER
The Globe and Mail | Jan. 28 2015

Nova Scotia Supreme Court rules in favour of Trinity Western University
The Canadian Press / Vancouver Sun | Jan. 28, 2015

Trinity Western law students OK to practise in Nova Scotia: Supreme Court rules Nova Scotia Barristers' Society exceeded its authority
By Blair Rhodes
CBC News | Jan 28, 201

Court sides with Trinity Western law school
PAUL MCLEOD OTTAWA BUREAU
Chronicle Herald | January 28, 2015

Nova Scotia court rules in favour of TWU law school
by Anastasiya Jogal
Canadian Lawyer | January 28, 2015

Nova Scotia law society can’t bar TWU grads, judge rules
BY JEREMY HAINSWORTH
Daily Xtra | Jan 28, 2015

TWU covenant not unlawful, Nova Scotia judge rules in law school case: Barristers doing little to end practice by refusing to accredit law school, court says
BY IAN MULGREW, COLUMNIST
VANCOUVER SUN | JANUARY 28, 2015

Nova Scotia court sides with TWU over law school: The courts have overruled the local law society on accepting grads from a planned TWU law school
Langley Advance | January 28, 2015

Nova Scotia Court Rules in Favour of Freedom of Association for Trinity Western University
Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms | Jan. 28, 2015

Nova Scotia Supreme Court sends strong message to law societies refusing to recognize Christian law school
Association for Reformed Political Action (ARPA) Canada | Jan. 28, 2015

THE EFC WELCOMES THE DECISION OF THE SUPREME COURT OF NOVA SCOTIA
Evangelical Fellowship of Canada | January 28, 2015

Nova Scotia Supreme Court Strikes Down Law Society's Rejection of Christian Lawyers
Northwoods Ministries | Jan. 28, 2015

Allnovascotia.com (subscription only)

  • Lawyer Disciplined (Feb. 2)
  • Bar Society Mulls Next Moves After Legal Loss (Jan. 29)
  • Andrew Younger Hires Lawyer Brian Casey (Jan. 29)
  • Bar Society Picks Julia Cornish As Next Prez (Jan. 26) 
     
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