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There are more links between art and the law than you'd imagine, as Law Times reporter Yamri Taddese found out at a recent conference.
Irwin Cotler receives human rights award
The Law Society of Upper Canada chose Liberal MP Irwin Cotler as the recipient of its first human rights award. Cotler, an international human rights…
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