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  • Joshua Sealy-Harrington on Jury Selection, Diversity and Equality

    On this episode of the podcast, Hilary Young and Robert Danay are joined by constitutional litigator and self-styled “Blackademic,” Joshua Sealy-Harrington. The discussion primarily centred on the recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in R. v. Chouhan, which was a constitutional challenge t … Read more »

  • Angela Swan on COVID-19 and Force Majeure

    On this episode of Stereo Decisis, Oliver Pulleyblank, Hilary Young and Robert Danay are joined by Angela Swan, who was recently described as “nothing short of a venerated celebrity in both Canadian contract law and the Canadian legal community at large.” Angela brings her decades of experience and … Read more »

  • Justice Lorne Sossin on Adjudication in the Time of COVID-19

    On this episode of Stereo Decisis, Hilary Young, Robert Danay and Oliver Pulleyblank are joined by Justice Lorne Sossin of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice to discuss some of the challenges and opportunities that Canadian courts are navigating as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. During the di … Read more »

  • Nevsun Resources Ltd. and the new Customary International Law Torts (with David Quayat)

    On this episode of Stereo Decisis, Robert Danay, Oliver Pulleyblank and Hilary Young are joined by David Quayat to discuss the recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in Nevsun Resources Ltd. v. Araya, 2020 SCC 5. This case involves three former workers at a mine in Eritrea who launched a law … Read more »

  • Magic Mushroom Edition (with Steven Penney)

    On this, our first post-coronavirus pandemic episode, Hilary Young and Robert Danay are joined by Steven Penney, Professor of Law at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law, to discuss R v Brown, 2020 ABQB 166. This was a case that gained national attention, in which a young man with no history of … Read more »