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CANADIAN BAR REVIEW EDITION ON LEGAL EDUCATION: INTRODUCTION FROM THE CBA LEGAL FUTURES INITIATIVE AND THE CBA EQUAL JUSTICE INITIATIVE
September 2017
Author(s): Allan Fineblit, Q.C, Karen Dyck, Michele Leering, Doug Ferguson
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NUMÉRO DE LA REVUE DU BARREAU CANADIEN SUR LA FORMATION JURIDIQUE: PRÉFACE DU PROJET AVENIRS EN DROIT ET DE L’INITIATIVE JUSTICE POUR TOUS DE L’ABC
September 2017
Author(s): Allan Fineblit, Q.C, Karen Dyck, Michele Leering, Doug Ferguson
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FINDING A PATH TO RECONCILIATION: MANDATORY INDIGENOUS LAW, ANISHINAABE PEDAGOGY, AND ACADEMIC FREEDOM
September 2017
Author(s): Karen Drake
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission has called on law schools in Canada to make Indigenous law a mandatory component of legal education. In its final report, the Commission provides the outline of ... View Summary  View Article
INTEGRATED REFLECTIVE PRACTICE: A CRITICAL IMPERATIVE FOR ENHANCING LEGAL EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONALISM
September 2017
Author(s): Michele M Leering
Twenty-first century legal professionals need a reflective legal education that emphasizes self-assessment and self-efficacy; supports life-long learning; and builds the capacity for innovative thinki ... View Summary  View Article
A FLEX TIME JD: NEW APPROACHES TO THE ACCESSIBILITY OF LEGAL EDUCATION
September 2017
Author(s): Darcel Bullen and Lorne Sossin
This article examines accessibility and inclusion in legal education. Responding to the Canadian Bar Association’s call for accessible and innovative legal education in the Futures Report, this study ... View Summary  View Article
PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE THROUGH COMPETENCY DEVELOPMENT
September 2017
Author(s): Yanneck Ostaficzuk and Suzanne Gagnon
The legal and other professional services market is an important part of the Canadian economy. For the regulatory authorities that oversee the practice of many professions, competency development cons ... View Summary  View Article
CLINICAL AND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING IN CANADIAN LAW SCHOOLS: CURRENT PERSPECTIVES
September 2017
Author(s): Gemma Smyth, Samantha Hale, Neil Gold
What are some of the challenges and possibilities animating modern Canadian clinical and experiential learning in law? This question was the starting point for our research, which examined two sets of ... View Summary  View Article
JUDGING SEXUAL ASSAULT TRIALS: SYSTEMIC FAILURE IN THE CASE OF REGINA V BASSAM AL-RAWI
September 2017
Author(s): Elaine Craig
The recent decision to acquit a Halifax taxi driver of sexual assault in a case involving a very intoxicated woman, who was found by police in the accused’s vehicle unconscious and naked from the brea ... View Summary  View Article
AMELIORATIVE PROGRAMS AND THE CHARTER: REFLECTIONS ON THE SECTION 15(2) LANDSCAPE SINCE R V KAPP
September 2017
Author(s): Jena McGill
Section 15(2) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms affirms the importance of ameliorative laws and programs in the pursuit of substantive equality. In its 2008 decision in R v Kapp, the Supr ... View Summary  View Article
BANKS V GOODFELLOW (1870): TIME TO UPDATE THE TEST FOR TESTAMENTARY CAPACITY
September 2017
Author(s): Kenneth I Shulman, Susan G Himel, Ian M Hull, Carmelle Peisah, Sean Amodeo and Courtney Barnes
The test for testamentary capacity as outlined in Banks v Goodfellow has endured for almost 150 years. The criteria have been clarified and focused throughout decades of jurisprudence, clinical experi ... View Summary  View Article
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