Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canada’s award-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from sixty recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible.
In the recent case of L.D. c. J.V., Superior Court judge Lukasz Granosik awarded damages to a plaintiff after the defendant recorded their sexual activities without her knowledge and consent, in a situation in which there was limited broadcasting of the recording….
Social Media for Law Firms
How To Use Twitter Like a Boss
Are you marketing your business on Twitter? If not, you should seriously consider getting started. According to Lori Taylor, the average Twitter user follows five or more businesses. Over a third (37%) of Twitter users will buy from a brand they follow. Here’s how to use Twitter like a pro….
People have many different ways of defining “family” and what being part of a family means to them. The idea that “a family is what you make it” or “families are who you love” is true enough when it comes to inheritance if you make a will. But the assumption that each of us can define family for ourselves is not true if we die without a will….
University of Alberta Faculty of Law Blog
So You’ve Decided to Elect a Minority Government
A version of this post appeared in The Globe and Mail on Monday, May 4, 2015. As voters across the province prepared to cast their ballots, they had to wonder: would this spring election end a Conservative political dynasty of over forty years? Would there be a minority government? …
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