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Tips for female litigators from a leader in the field

Tips for female litigators from a leader in the field

Women must push themselves out of their comfort zones, says Woods managing partner Caroline Biron

Homeowner who built illegal wall on neighbouring land can't intervene in neighbour's sentencing

Homeowner who built illegal wall on neighbouring land can't intervene in neighbour's sentencing

Certiorari applications are rarely granted under Ontario Provincial Offences Act, says appeal court

How litigation is driving the corporate focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters

How litigation is driving the corporate focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters

The risks of ESG-related lawsuits have increased in light of climate change, social movements

SCC justice to be first Canadian jurist appointed to Harvard Law School chair

SCC justice to be first Canadian jurist appointed to Harvard Law School chair

Rosalie Abella also named distinguished visiting jurist at University of Toronto’s law school

Police entrapment, prostitution laws and ‘fair dealing’ appeals feature in SCC’s spring session

Police entrapment, prostitution laws and ‘fair dealing’ appeals feature in SCC’s spring session

Supreme Court will hear 16 appeals: 10 criminal and six civil

COVID-19 and the courts: Apr. 12, 2021 update

COVID-19 and the courts: Apr. 12, 2021 update

Today’s roundup for courthouses across Canada