B.C. Christian university to challenge Ontario law society decision

Trinity Western University is in an Ontario court Monday morning to challenge the Law Society of Upper Canada’s decision not to accredit its proposed law school.

It is a fight the university won earlier this year when Nova Scotia’s Supreme Court ruled against the decision by that province’s law society against granting accreditation to the yet-to-be-opened law school. The decisions of this week’s court case in Ontario and another in B.C., which is set to be heard in August, are expected to end up at the Supreme Court.

  • Maggat

    Good, and so they should. Here’s hoping they’ll win.

  • New Centurion

    The Supreme Court eh? I hope they win too…but let’s remember who’s making the decision here. I think they’ll side with the school, because let’s face how long will it be before Big Islam sets up their “law school” and will want their “lawyers” recognized?

  • Frau Katze

    What’s with this “Upper Canada” stuff? Likely consider themselves the creme de la creme.