Elizabeth Raymer

Elizabeth Raymer

Elizabeth Raymer is Senior Editor for Canadian Lawyer and Lexpert, where she assigns and edits stories and newsletters, and covers the Supreme Court of Canada, national/federal and Quebec beats, and litigation, among other topics. She cut her teeth in legal journalism as a staff writer for The Lawyers Weekly and has written broadly for other publications, including the CBA’s National magazine. She previously worked as an editor for Thomson Reuters, Rogers Publishing, the Book and Periodical Council’s annual Freedom to Read review, and for all three Toronto daily broadsheets.

She graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in Women's Studies and Literature, holds an M.A. in Journalism from the University of Western Ontario and a diplôme de langue et de civilisation françaises (niveau avancé) from the Sorbonne.

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Appellate courts have authority to lift own publication bans, says Supreme Court

Appellate courts have authority to lift own publication bans, says Supreme Court

CBC can again ask Manitoba Court of Appeal to lift its ban in historic wrongful conviction case

Opposition to mandatory vaccination policy grows as new policies roll out

Opposition to mandatory vaccination policy grows as new policies roll out

Public health directives, rising case counts see move to mandatory vaccine policies in workplaces

The 'social' in ESG is in the spotlight for litigation risk

The 'social' in ESG is in the spotlight for litigation risk

Social issues including workplace safety and inequity are coming to the fore in Canadian courtrooms

Storytelling project examines agricultural law in maiden documentary

Storytelling project examines agricultural law in maiden documentary

U of Ottawa Law's Jurivision visits artisanal farm to examine small-scale farming and regulations

Global pandemic causes supply chain problems in construction industry: lawyer

Global pandemic causes supply chain problems in construction industry: lawyer

Supply chain for equipment and materials affected by constraints on ocean and inland transportation

Whistleblowers launch campaign to end misuse of NDAs

Whistleblowers launch campaign to end misuse of NDAs

Zelda Perkins, Julie Macfarlane aim to bring in legislation banning most non-disclosure agreements

Quebec book industry calls for reform of the Copyright Act

Quebec book industry calls for reform of the Copyright Act

Groups say 2012 amendments have resulted in great revenue losses for authors and publishing houses

First racialized justice on Court of Appeal for Ontario retires from bench after 23 years

First racialized justice on Court of Appeal for Ontario retires from bench after 23 years

South Asian Bar Association names human rights award for Russell Juriansz and his wife, Kaye Joachim

Congress of Aboriginal Peoples says government discriminates against non-status, off-reserve Indians

Congress of Aboriginal Peoples says government discriminates against non-status, off-reserve Indians

Indigenous organization files complaint against federal government with UN human rights commissioner

Immigration lawyer Barbara Jackman calls changing immigration law 'mean-spirited'

Immigration lawyer Barbara Jackman calls changing immigration law 'mean-spirited'

Right to appeal deportation, family reunification have continued to be curtailed, says Jackman