Will the Democratic Republic of Congo head towards its first democratic transition of power in history? Or will president Kabila remain in power? This blog analyses the role of Congo’s Constitution in the postponement of the presidential elections.
British Columbia Court rules BC Law Society was unreasonable in refusing to accept a Christian law school. It denied the school because it discriminated against LGBTQ. It required students to sign a code of conduct that did not recognise marriage equality.
A public policy on the gathering of publicly available online information does not exist. Such a policy should be made available in order create an accessible and foreseeable legal basis for the application of this investigative method.