Glen Luther, University of Saskatchewan

Associate Professor Law Saskatoon, Saskatchewan glen.luther@usask.ca Office: (306) 260-8183

Bio/Research

Professor Luther joined the faculty of the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan in 2003, having previously held teaching positions at Osgoode Hall Law School, Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand, and the University of Calgary. He has extensive practice experience as a criminal la...

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Bio/Research

Professor Luther joined the faculty of the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan in 2003, having previously held teaching positions at Osgoode Hall Law School, Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand, and the University of Calgary. He has extensive practice experience as a criminal lawyer, having practiced in Lloydminster (his hometown) from 1981-1984 and Calgary, Alberta from 1989 - 2003. He has argued cases throughout Alberta and Saskatchewan at all levels of courts including the Supreme Court of Canada. Currently his practice is limited to consulting with other counsel and assisting them in the presentation of cases before the courts.

He is a member of the Law Societies of both Saskatchewan and Alberta (non-practicing) and has been very active in numerous professional associations including the Criminal Appeals Practice Advisory Committee (Alberta Court of Appeal) and he is very active with the educational program of the Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association (STLA). He regularly presents at judicial conferences through the National Judicial Institute (NJI) and the Canadian Association of Provincial Court Judges (CAPCJ). He was for many years a team leader in the Intensive Trial Advocacy Programme for practicing lawyers at the University of Calgary.



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