Krog pleased with decision to hold referendum on TWU law school
NDP Attorney General Critic and Nanaimo lawyer Leonard Krog says the Law Society of British Columbia’s decision to hold a referendum on a proposed law school at Trinity Western University is the right one.
The decision follows a non-binding vote earlier in the year that overturned a decision in April to accredit the new law school.
Krog says the TWU’s Christian covenant is inherently discriminatory.
Krog says asking BC lawyers to weigh in on a referendum of this kind is unprecedented.
The results of the mail-in ballot should be known by the end of October.