Retired Judges: When Does Advocacy Begin?

In the Macleans’ article “Talk to my former Supreme Court judge“, the arms race to have a retired Supreme Court of Canada judge bless your position is discussed. Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean’s writes: [I]t emerged that retired Supreme Court judge Frank Iacobucci was acting as legal counsel for the Quebec engineering giant as it sought … Continue reading Retired Judges: When Does Advocacy Begin?

E-Filing: The Time is Now for Ontario Courts

¬† Technology allows us to move from paper filing to electronic filing. But, justice demands that we move from paper to electronic filing. In a democracy, people are entitled to have access to public records. Currently, the Supreme Court of Canada has electronic filing. I recently wrote about the assisted dying case¬†Carter v Attorney General … Continue reading E-Filing: The Time is Now for Ontario Courts