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The world's first online legal magazine, demystified significant law and justice events around the world, published from 1996 to 2014.

01
Jun 2011
A Common Law Tragedy: Life, Death and Siamese Twins Rosie and Gracie Attard

A Common Law Tragedy: Life, Death and Siamese Twins Rosie and Gracie Attard

In Manchester, England, the separation of Siamese twins wrenched the body of the common law open.

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20
Aug 2011
Cannibalism on the High Seas: the Common Law's Perfect Storm

Cannibalism on the High Seas: the Common Law's Perfect Storm

There are tragic facts. And then there's the facts in R. v. Dudley. Murder and cannibalism in necessity were acquainted with the common law.

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12
Aug 2010

An Inconvenient Truth's Inconvenient Truth

There is an inconvenient truth about Al Gore's global warming movie. And it took a judge to ream him out for the wrong rating it received. It's partly science fiction.

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03
Jan 2012
Vancouver Riots: New Life to Old Law

Vancouver Riots: New Life to Old Law

The criminal trials now pending in regards to the June 2011 Vancouver Stanley Cup riots, will combine some very, very old law with brand-spanking new. » Continue Reading

10
Dec 2012
Collaborative Law: Divorce Without Angst

Collaborative Law: Divorce Without Angst

Collaborative law specialist Mary Mouat shares the heart and soul of this phenomenal successful innovative family law dispute resolution system.

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09
May 2009
Bobby Ryan: The Anaheim Duck's Flight From Hell

Bobby Ryan: The Anaheim Duck's Flight From Hell

Bobby Ryan is a star hockey player in the National Hockey League. But he's also a victim of one of family law's most egregious crimes.

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23
Jan 2012
Rich And Famous Kleptomaniacs: No Answer to "Why?"

Rich And Famous Kleptomaniacs: No Answer to "Why?"

Rich and famous shoplifters love pleading kleptomania. » Continue Reading

02
Jan 2009

Law Professor Killed By His Own Justice

Only with nausea can one fathom that Nizar Rayan was a professor of law.

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28
Sep 2011
The 380 Year Court Case: A Little Demesne Goes A Long Way

The 380 Year Court Case: A Little Demesne Goes A Long Way

A very, very long and drawn out legal fight over a piece of meat land. » Continue Reading

28
Feb 2013
Family Law Tsunami to Hit British Columbia

Family Law Tsunami to Hit British Columbia

Mark March 18, 2013 in your calendar for the Mayan polar shift of family law in BC; in a dramatic reform of family law the likes of which are with few parallels.

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