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Monday’s Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canada’s award­-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible.

This week the randomly selected blogs are 1. Canadian Privacy Law Blog OK 2. Library Boy 3. Lash Condo Law 4. Canadian Class Actions Monitor 5. FamilyLLB

Canadian Privacy Law Blog OK
Presentation: Little Brother – Surveillance Technology and Privacy Law

I had the pleasure of speaking at the University of New Brunswick Law School’s weekly speaker hour, on the topic of non-police use of surveillance technology and how that intersects/collides with Canadian privacy laws. Here are the slides in case it’s of wider interest …

Library Boy
Access to Justice: Join the Trusted Intermediary-Legal Information Network

Many Canadian librarians may have heard of Trusted Intermediary-Legal Information Network (TI-LI Network). In 2019, the Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information Project (SALI) joined forces with the BC LawMatters Program and the National Self Represented Litigants Project’s Family Law in the Library Project to establish the Network to encourage cooperation between legal information providers in order to enhance access to justice. …

Lash Condo Law
Second Wave COVID-19- Condo Corporation Steps

With the second wave of Covid-19 infections upon us, the City of Toronto Health officials have made it clear that imposing further restrictions is the only way to curb the continued spread of the virus. Jason Reid from National Life…

Canadian Class Actions Monitor
Should I Stay or Should I Go? Direction from the Court of Appeal of Quebec in matters of class action stay applications.

The filing of concurrent multi-jurisdictional class actions applications based on the same facts has long been a thorn in the side of judicial federalism. The question of whether and when the Quebec Courts can grant a stay of proceedings in this Province where one or more parallel cases are filed elsewhere has been the subject of much discussion in recent years. …

FamilyLLB
Academic Dive: Should Collaborative Practice Evolve Towards a Hybrid Approach?

The following article is based off one of our team members papers written during their Master of Laws and discusses a controversial topic in the area of family law, namely amending the use of Collaborative Practice. A full PDF version of this paper can be viewed with full citations and diagrams here: …

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