Clinic: Queen's University and UOttawa, Spring 2019 Beneficiary: Mohawk Council of Akwesasne Executive Summary (Summary of a confidential project) (A redacted version of the project is available here) The Akwesasne community has been trading tobacco as a sovereign Nation for centuries. Despite this legacy, in modern times the community has been heavily impacted by the laws of Ontario, Quebec, the state of New York and the United States and Canadian federal governments. Histor
Clinic: Queens University and UOttawa, Spring 2019 Beneficiary: EAC Secretariat Introduction * Full Report and Appendices available here On behalf of the joint International Trade and Investment Law Practicum at the University of Ottawa and Queen’s University (“the Joint Clinic”), Simon Gollish, Andrew MacDonald, and Alina Smirnova (“the Team”) are grateful for the opportunity to work on a project for the benefit of the East African Community Secretariat (“the Beneficiary”).
Clinic: Queen's/UOttawa, Spring 2018 Beneficiary: Global Affairs Canada Executive Summary To read the full project, click here. The global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market is in flux and, despite its position as the world’s fourth largest producer of natural gas, Canada is failing to gain a foothold in the market. Although the global LNG market grew thirty percent in 2017, a number of major Canadian LNG projects were cancelled in the same year. In recent years, demand for C