The cancellation of the Iran nuclear agreement could become a catastrophic catalyst for the future of the United States and the world. This self-proclaimed great deal maker has shown himself to be an unreliable deal breaker.
As I thought about this edition of Sidebars, I became worried about all of the disturbing topics to choose from. The world seems so precarious, the future so worrying.
Media, from Twitter to television and Facebook to the front page has replaced our courtrooms. Allegations, once out there, become gospel. Reputations are carpet bombed. New catchy campaigns from #MeToo to #TimesUp have become dangerously fad-like.
We in this profession, indeed in this country, owe Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada Beverley McLachlin enormous respect and gratitude.
Picking up where he left off with his first Greek Odyssey, Bill Trudell shares more of his vacation experience.
As I write this, I am in northwestern Greece in a mountain resort. The movie Mama Mia that I associate with Greece is a film foreign to the movie I am experiencing.
July 31, 2017|Web exclusive
“A dream is a wish your heart makes, when you’re fast asleep.” I’m not sure which Disney movie this comes from (Cinderella), but it has recently been repeating itself in my head.
May 23, 2017|Web exclusive
The House of Commons has approved Bill C-337, The Judicial Accountability Through Sexual Assault Law Training Act, with little or no debate. The Senate is likely to do the same.
April 10, 2017|Web exclusive
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