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SCOA Coffee Break Series: Things to Consider when Renting
Law students Bridget Morrison and Taylor Schlamp will help us understand the rental landscape. They will explain relevant provincial legislation in layman's language and answer questions.

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Thank you to grantor: New Horizons for Seniors Program, Government of Canada

Mar 25, 2021 01:00 PM in Saskatchewan

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Taylor Schlamp
Taylor Schlamp is a first-year law student at the University of Saskatchewan, and currently resides on Treaty 6 Territory in Saskatoon. Prior to attending law school, she studied Sociology at the University of Calgary with a concentration in Criminology, Deviance and Social Control. During the four years she was in Calgary she worked at a non-profit organization for people with disabilities. She also did respite work. These experiences, along with her education, helped her make the decision to attend law school and pursue a legal career. In her spare time outside of school she enjoys being outdoors, socializing with friends, and painting.
Bridget Morrison
Bridget Morrison lives on Treaty 6 Territory in the beautiful prairie city of Saskatoon where she is currently a first-year law student at the University of Saskatchewan. Prior to beginning law school, Bridget completed a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Minor in Crime, Law & Justice Studies, as well as a Bachelor of Social Work and is now a Registered Social Worker. Bridget’s academic and professional interests include community and rights-based policy development, knowledge mobilization, and access-to-justice initiatives that work to uphold the inherent dignity and worth of all persons.