The 10th Annual Campagnolo Lecture in Restorative Justice
Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson, (Gidahl-Gudsllaay) BSc (UBC) LLB (UBC), LLM (UBC)
Honourary Director of Ecojustice, a member of the Law Society of British Columbia’s Truth and Reconciliation Committee’s Advisory Committee, Affiliated Research Scholar with the Canada Climate Law Initiative; One of the Canadian Bar Association’s Top 25 Influential Lawyers; ranked 21 on Maclean’s “Power List” recognizing 50 Canadians who are breaking ground in their field; Andrew Thompson Award for environmental advocacy.
Supernatural Restorative Justice
Ms Williams-Davidson will be providing a different take on restorative justice for the 10th Annual Campagnolo Lecture. Her lecture will bring together the multiple areas in which she works (law, writing, visual arts, music, environmental justice, Haida language and culture preservation). All of these endeavours are incorporated in her approach to Restorative Justice, with many lessons for a diverse community in how Restorative Justice can be applied across many fields. Her presentation will primarily focus on her work in the areas of law and music. As an Honourary Director of Ecojustice and the recipient of the Andrew Thompson Award for environmental advocacy, her presentation will be of special interest to those who are active in the environmental movement. As one of the Canadian Bar Association’s Top 25 Influential Lawyers, her presentation will be special interest to the legal community. As a member of the Law Society of British Columbia’s Truth and Reconciliation Committee’s Advisory Committee, her presentation will be of value to those, both indigenous and settler, who are working to effect the reconciliation of these communities here in the Comox Valley.
Comox Valley Community Justice Centre, Sid Williams Theatre Society, North Island College, and Comox Valley Schools
K’omoks First Nation and Comox Valley Schools Indigenous Education
Gold Level Sponsor:
Bronze Level Sponsor:
Comox Valley Unitarian Fellowship
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