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Peter Lauwers: A Meaningful Pluralism and Law

From the Archived "Cardus Audio" Series

August 10, 2010

This lecture comes from the Cardus Centre for Cultural Renewal archives. It is part of the forum entitled Towards a Meaningful Pluralism, held at Trinity College, University of Toronto, Ontario in November 1995.

Audio Length: 00:51:12


Peter Lauwers was appointed a Judge of the Superior Court of Justice in and for the Province of Ontario in 2008. Before his appointment, he practiced law with Miller Thomson at the Markham firm. Peter's expertise lies in the areas of administrative law, with emphasis on education law, human rights issues, labour relations, and municipal planning and zoning. He did his Masters of Law at York University.

This lecture comes from the Cardus Centre for Cultural Renewal archives. It is part of the forum entitled Towards a Meaningful Pluralism, held at Trinity College, University of Toronto, Ontario in November 1995.