Amy was back in a virtual hearing yesterday as the BC College of Nurses and Midwives attempts to revoke her nursing license for advocating online and speaking about women's sex-based rights and child safeguarding outside of work hours.
The hearing is open to public observers. Here's how to tune in.
In addition to yesterday's hearing, sessions are scheduled today, tomorrow and then October 31 to November 3, and November 6 to 8.
“This is an important case for the freedom of expression of regulated professionals across the country,” said Lisa Bildy, Amy Hamm’s legal counsel. The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms is generously providing legal representation for Amy.
An observer whose handle on X (formerly Twitter) is @goinglikeelsie is posting daily summaries of the proceedings.
In advance of this week's hearings Amy wrote on her Substack: "Thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who has reached out in support and shown up for me during this protracted battle. I couldn’t have done it without you."
CBC News covered yesterday's hearing in typically biased fashion, attempting to paint Amy's expert witness Dr. James Cantor as discriminatory by stating he appeared in US court "on behalf of states defending laws that bar transgender students from school sports." No American jurisdictions have attempted to stop trans-identifying students from competing. Rather, they have restricted them from competing in the wrong sex category.
In a post on X (formerly Twitter) Amy characterized the CBC article as a hit piece and alerted JK Rowling that she'd been defamed.
In February, Amy appeared on the Megyn Kelly Show as interest in her case went international.
Read more background on Amy Hamm's disciplinary hearing here.