Scotch, free speech and the Supreme Court

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association hosts a scotch tasting and discussion on public interest law

By Ryan Starr

On Monday January 9th, 2012


 The Canadian Civil Liberties Association this Thursday will host a scotch tasting followed by a discussion on public interest law.

The event, ‘Raising the Civil Liberties Bar: Scotch, Speech and the Supremes ‘ will feature Andrew Lokan (Pallare Roland LLP), who represented the CCLA at the Supreme Court of Canada in Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission v. William Whatcott.

Prior to the presentation, attendees will be introduced to the elements of scotch nosing. Labels on hand include The Macallan 12, The Macallan 15, The Macallan Cask Strength, Highland Park 18 and Laphroaig 1/4 Cask.

‘Raising the Civil Liberties Bar’ is this Thursday, Jan. 12 at 6:30 p.m. at Camera Bar, Stephen Bulger Gallery (1028 Queen Street West).

Precedent is media sponsor of the event.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the CCLA website.

Image: Culligan1984 via Wikimedia Commons.