LANGLEY, BC, Nov 16, 2017 /CNW/ - Trinity Western University launches www.TWUserves.ca, a news and information website about the university and its proposed School of Law. This online information hub provides media and others following the TWU law school journey with tools for reporting and sharing information on TWU. The law school case will be heard by the Supreme Court of Canada on November 30 and December 1, 2017.
"We know people have questions about Trinity Western and our proposed School of Law. This website aims to answer those questions, and provides visuals and videos to help media understand and report on our court case," says Earl Phillips, Executive Director of TWU's proposed School of Law.
The TWUserves.ca website provides media with a central, streamlined source of factual information that will be updated in real-time with information updates. It includes the following sections:
TWU at a glance
Why a law school?
Timeline of events
Video stories of four TWU students
Facts on the Community Covenant
TWU wants to train trustworthy lawyers to serve others. The law school program will focus on graduating caring and competent leaders who view law as a higher calling to serve the needs of all people. It will be the first law school in Canada to offer concentrations in charity law and small business and entrepreneurial law.
Founded in 1962, Trinity Western University offers liberal arts and sciences, as well as professional schools in business, nursing, education, human kinetics, graduate studies, and arts, media and culture.