Joven Narwal Teaches “Criminal Organizations” at the UBC Allard School of Law

We are delighted to announce that Joven Narwal, Adjunct Professor at the UBC Allard School of Law, will be teaching another upper level seminar on complex criminal litigation, “Criminal Organizations”, which will examine the socio-political context surrounding the enactment of criminal organization legislation in Canada, definitional and constitutional issues concerning the legislation and the practical aspects of investigating and litigating “criminal organization” cases as well as the problems associated with prosecuting multiple accused in “mega-trials”.

Mr. Narwal will also continue teaching his highly-sought after upper-level seminar, “White Collar Crime”, which examines common types of commercial and financial crime – colloquially, known as “white collar crime”, the process of investigating, prosecuting and defending these cases alongside the challenges posed by overlapping regulatory, administrative and civil proceedings.

Narwal Litigation LLP is proud to continue its long-standing association with the UBC Allard School of Law.