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A terrible oversight

A terrible oversight

By Justin Ling

Would judicial authorization really be required for CSIS to break up a threat?

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After Carter v. Canada

After Carter v. Canada

By Jocelyn Downie

What should federal lawmakers do next? Read More »

Is it time to legalize marijuana?

Is it time to legalize marijuana?

By National

A panel of experts weigh the pros and cons. Read More »

A return to the fold?

A return to the fold?

By Antoine Leduc

 Will Alberta bring back official bilingualism after 150 years? Read More »

Right to strike?

Right to strike?

By Justin Ling

Think again. Back to work. Read More »

What you see is what you understand: Using visuals in contracts

What you see is what you understand: Using visuals in contracts

By Cheryl Stephens

An image is worth a thousand words. Read More »

Perspectives on ABS

Perspectives on ABS

By National

Dystopia or the saving grace for access to justice? Read More »

A question of consent

A question of consent

By Katya Hodge

"The sexual assault trial is always about the woman."

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Zipper merge

Zipper merge

By Douglas Mah

A little collaboration goes a long way. Read More »

Out of office: Planting seeds

Out of office: Planting seeds

By National Magazine

Lawyers can’t work all the time. Here’s a guide to music, books, movies and travel destinations for when it’s time to dial it down.

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Official Notices

By National Magazine

2015 Mid-Winter Meeting of Council Read More »

CETA's patent protections

CETA's patent protections

By Justin Ling

Canada wins compromises on pharmaceutical regime, but some raise concerns over reach of arbitration mechanism.

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