Trinity Western University President to speak at the Special General Meeting of the Law Society of British Columbia, June 10
On Tuesday, June 10, Bob Kuhn, President of Trinity Western University, will speak at the Special General Meeting of the Law Society of British Columbia. The resolution presented for consideration at this special general meeting, if passed, would direct the Benchers to reverse their decision on the approval of a faculty of law at Trinity Western University.
Date: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Time: Call to order at 12:30 pm; the vote will take place as determined by the meeting, not later than 6 pm.
Vancouver Convention Centre East
Exhibition Hall A
999 Canada Place
Bob Kuhn, J.D., President, Trinity Western University
A graduate of UBC School of Law and a practicing lawyer for 33 years, Bob Kuhn led TWU’s legal team to the Supreme Court of Canada—successfully defending TWU’s Teacher Education Program and overturning contrary decisions made by the BC College of Teachers. In 2013, Kuhn served as ambassador for the World Parkinson Congress held in Montreal, QC. In addition to writing regularly for various award-winning publications, Kuhn has lectured throughout Canada on a broad array of legal topics for numerous groups, such as the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia; Institute of Chartered Accountants; and the Provincial Court Judges of British Columbia.
Trinity Western University
Trinity Western University is a Christian University of the arts, sciences, and professions. Recognized for quality, TWU is consistently ranked among the top universities in Canada for Educational Experience by the National Survey of Student Engagement; holds four Canada Research Chairs; wins National Championships in CIS sports; and emphasizes experiential learning to prepare graduates to make a global impact. TWU offers 42 bachelor’s degrees,17 graduate degrees, and adult degree-completion programs. A vibrant community committed to educating the whole person, TWU has been developing leaders of character and competence for over 52 years.
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