Funding from a UVic Community Engaged Learning Grant helped us to complete a comprehensive evaluation of the Environmental Law Clinic course. We investigated whether the Clinic builds professional legal skills, what class and file management activities build those skills, if any, and how our instructors can improve upon the ELC Clinic experience. Thanks to the >
Community-based monitoring (CBM) is a type of scientific data collection that is led and driven by citizens or non-governmental organizations and seeks to increase direct community involvement in research and monitoring program design. Prepared for Living Lakes Canada and The Gordon Foundation, this report considers three core challenges for CBM: (1) ensuring CBM data are >
One day of research: 160 years of history This timeline was developed to show how colonial laws related to mining in BC have evolved – or stayed the same – across this time horizon. Law students from the University of Victoria, University of British Columbia, and Thompson Rivers University provided a large portion of the >
Report providing law reform recommendations to the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure’s road maintenance policy
Request to the Auditor General to conduct an audit and examination of grazing leases on Crown land. Submitted June 12, 2018.
ELC’s 2017-18 Annual Report
Submission calling on government to address long-standing and growing concerns over an active gun range in the Cowichan River Provincial Park, the only operational gun range in a provincial park in the province.
Report prepared for the Coquitlam River Watershed Roundtable (CRWR) to support their work development standards for the Northwest Burke area.
Request that the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development and the Auditor General examine Canada’s failure to protect endangered Pacific salmon and anadromous trout species under the Species at Risk Act.