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Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice 2021 Conference Report on Indigenous Self-Governnance

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The Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice recently published the report for its 2021 conference on Indigenous Peoples and the Law. The conference took place in Vancouver in November 2021:"Over the course of the three days eight panels composed of Indigenous elders, judges, lawyers,... more »

Time Management Tips Tuesdays – Calendaring Tips

AvoidAClaim: Claims Prevention & Practice Management for Lawyers

Nobody teaches calendaring in law school, but it’s a key skill. Diarizing deadlines is a must-have skill. This week, here are some basic tips to manage calendaring. Use One Calendar This may sound obvious, but only use one calendar for your practice. Different practice management tools may all hav... more »

R v Sharma: SCC to Determine whether Restrictions on Conditional Sentences Violate the Equality Rights of Indigenous Offenders

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“The figures are stark and reflect what may fairly be termed a crisis.” Justices Iacobucci and Cory wrote these words in response to statistics on the overrepresentation of Indigenous people... The post <em>R v Sharma</em>: SCC to Determine whether Restrictions on Conditional Sentenc... more »