FIRST CLASS: Tuesday
Class 1 - Youth in the Criminal Justice System (June 1 @ 6:30pm-7:30pm EST)
Class 2 - Victims (June 8 @ 6:30pm-7:30pm EST)
Class 3 - Sentencing (June 15 @ 6:30pm-7:30pm EST)
Class 4 - Prisons and Rehabilitation (June 22 @ 6:30pm-7:30pm EST)
The course meets one hour per week for four weeks. All classes are taught live at the specified date and time on ZOOM. Zoom is a free video calling software that is to be downloaded before class. Once enrolled, you and your student will be sent all required information to ensure you are set-up for the first live class.
This course is best suited for students who have taken Canadian Law for Teens/Younger Teens: Part 1 or have taken a law course at school. This course extends ideas and concepts from the Part 1 course to explore more advanced topics, issues and debates in Canadian Law. In Part 2, we look at Young Offenders, Victims and their rights in the judicial process, Sentencing and Prisons/Rehabilitation. Using real, Canadian cases as a point of discussion and engagement, this course will function as lecture-based with an ongoing opportunity throughout each class for students to engage with myself and each other.