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Helps Law Offices Jun 30
Today I learned that the has a robed owl mascot named Amicus. Legal twitter, YOU HAD ONE JOB.
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NoticeConnect Aug 29
ICYMI: Fantastic Interview with NoticeConnect's founder about the Canada Will Registry
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Liam McHugh-Russell Aug 27
Just finished choosing materials for a guest lecture on corporate stakeholders. Grateful for various suggestions on how to integrate materials on Indigenous business, from Reconciliation Syllabus 1/3
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Randal Graham May 15
Supreme Court announces a trip to Winnipeg ... and the FCA throws shade. NOICE.
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NoticeConnect Sep 3
The failure to make adequate support provisions for a common law spouse are discussed in Webb v. Belway:
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Liam McHugh-Russell Aug 27
the authors of this piece ( @freyakodar Clayton Bangsund, Freya Kodar, Shanti Senthe) 2/3
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Waddell Phillips Law Dec 21
For your holiday reading list: on rep plaintiffs.
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David M Tanovich Sep 6
My latest piece on using Chief Justice McLachlin's judgments to infuse the Corbett discretion to limit X of an accused's criminal record with a critical race lens
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Pro-Choice Edmonton🌈 May 25
Hey Conservative bots. You look pretty ignorant quoting US laws for Canadian issues.
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Blake Hamm May 15
Winnipeg causing a disturbance in the Force.
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Liam McHugh-Russell Aug 27
and to for his excellent chapter on Indigenous business forms in et al's Business Organizations () 3/3.
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Bhuvana Sep 14
Big law has always been pushed to be more diverse by client needs, and I think (and hope) that progress will continue as a result. I have faith that we can continue forward on the path to reflecting society's diversity in our composition.
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Paola Loriggio Jan 11
This is new -- an accused is seeking to prevent media (and anyone else) from reporting on the verdict of the trial
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General Appeal Podcast Aug 25
Ep #3 of is coming soon! We’ll be discussing the BC Ct of Appeal decision in Nevsun Resources v Araya - that Eritrean nationals CAN bring a case in a Canadian court against a Canadian mining company they claim engaged in human rights abuses.
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jki@canlaw.com Feb 8
Do you need a lawyer? Legal questions? Legal advice? CanLaw lawyer referrals are free of charge and will get you the help you need
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Social Theory Watch May 2
Did you know that in Canada, a conviction requires corroborating material evidence that implicates the accused for a 'procuring feigned marriage' offence, but no corroboration required for all alleged sex crime offences? Questionable and unfair
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General Appeal Podcast Aug 12
The held that Cindy Gladue’s life mattered and that she was valued. But what guidance did they provide to ensure this? Tune in to Episode #2 of to hear Candice & guest discuss R v Barton
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Jack Brown May 28
Both B.C. and Ontario have anti-SLAPP legislation. Ontario amended the Courts of Justice Act in 2015, and BC just passed a new version of their Protection of Public Participation Act this year.
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NoticeConnect Sep 5
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General Appeal Podcast Aug 16
Have you listened to ? Episode #1 is about R v Barton (trial & appeal) with guest , who tells us exactly why we must care about this case. Cindy Gladue deserves justice. Link in bio or find us on iTunes
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