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W(D), [1991] 1 SCR 742, is entrenched in our justice system. This seminal Supreme Court of Canada decision provides a tight three-pronged ..read more
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Law has a reputation problem. I don’t mean the lawyers-can’t-be-trusted trope that litters the internet and bad jokes circuit. I mean ..read more
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We often assume the contours of the criminal justice system are clearly delineated in law and in fact. For a lawyer, every criminal case ..read more
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Episode 57 of the Ideablawg Podcasts on the Criminal Codeof Canada recommences after a lengthy absence. Since the last podcast, the  ..read more
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As most “legalistas” or those ardent followers of new case law know, it is the most recent Supreme Court of Canada cases involving ..read more
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After R v Shropshire,[1995] 4 SCR 22, the future of starting points in sentencing seemed questionable but after R v M (CA), [1996] 1 SCR ..read more
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Perhaps we, in the legal world, should not have been surprised by R v Mills, 2019 SCC 22, the most recent decision on privacy and the ..read more
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I have been spending a good portion of my time outside of my regular duties with mooting competitions and writing a paper. One task is ..read more
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I have written at great length on the W(D) decision, R v W(D), 1991 CanLII 93 (SCC), and the extraordinary impact that case has on our ..read more
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This Monday is the start of the University of Calgary Faculty of Law 3L Advocacy Course. It is an intensive three-week program in which ..read more

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