Why TWU should not have a law school

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Trinity Western University, a private, Christian university in British Columbia has made an application to open a law school. Trinity Western requires all faculty, staff and students to sign a covenant promising to abstain form same-sex sexual intimacy. Students who fail to abide by the covenant can be disciplined, including by expulsion.

Read this op-ed in the National Post by uOttawa law Professors Jena McGill and Angela Cameron and other Canadian GLBTQ activists outlining why Trinity Western's application should be turned down.

Designed by Rachel Gold.