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June, 2003 

Dear Conference Participants: 

Queen’s University is very pleased to host the 2003 annual conference of the Canadian Conference on Student Judicial Affairs October 25-28.  I welcome you to Queen’s University.  

The conference planning committee has organized an exciting conference full of stimulating speakers and workshops.  The quality of student life is a reflection of your commitment and dedication in support of students.  The conference program is a reflection of the very important role that you play at your institutions.   

Please enjoy Queen’s campus and Kingston.   

- William C. Leggett, Principal and Vice-Chancellor

On behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee and Queen’s University we look forward to seeing you in October.  We are excited about hosting this year.  You are invited to join us for thought provoking speakers, workshops and dialogue. 

Over the summer months we will be updating our web site.  A tentative program is online now.  The program has been designed to assist all of us in “Meeting the Challenges of a Rights Conscious Student Body”.  This year the conference is one day longer and we are beginning the conference on Saturday.   

We hope you find this conference both educational and rewarding.  If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.   

- Kathy Beers, Chair 

CCSJA Organizing Committee:
Matt Beatty, Student
Kathy Beers, Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs
Adrienne Clarke, Coordinator of Dispute Resolution Mechanisms, University Secretariat
Mike Condra, Director, Health Counselling & Disability Services
Michelle Drylie, Student
Steve Gill, Technical Coordinator, Campus Security
Allison Kelly, Researcher, Health Counselling & Disability Services
David Patterson, Manager, Campus Security
Lisa Playter, Account Representative, Conference Services
Kelly Smith, Residence Judicial Advisor, Residence Life