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Duhaime's LawMag

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

26
Apr 2010

Muslim Law in the Doldrums

Muslim law jurists despise reform on religious grounds. In the legal doldrums that creates, the ancient law gives its love to men.

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19
Nov 2011
Law-Makers and Mental Disorders: Rick Perry Take Solace

Law-Makers and Mental Disorders: Rick Perry Take Solace

American Republican candidate Rick Perry's jaw-dropping affliction of amnesia on national television had better end his presidential dreams. He joins a long list of wannabe law-makers undone by mental phenomena. » Continue Reading

21
Aug 2014

Quebec Minister Promises Changes to Animal Legal Status

Animals poised to get a form of legal status for the fist time in a North American jurisdiction.

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17
Jul 2010
Lawyer Sues to be Declared Father of Basketball Star Lebron James

Lawyer Sues to be Declared Father of Basketball Star Lebron James

Why would an American lawyer take embarrassing public legal action against Lebron James' mother to be declared the basketball star's father? Does a Dad gotta do what a Dad's gotta do?

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06
Mar 2008
Old Bailey

Old Bailey

Gentlemen, dust off your armour and man your wigs.

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12
Sep 2009
The Law Travails of Theoren Fleury

The Law Travails of Theoren Fleury

Theoren Fleury the hockey player is also Theoren Wallace Fleury, defendant in a messy family law action, Fleury v Fleury.

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25
Jul 2009

16
Feb 2013
The Dolphin-Plaintiff: Kama v the New England Aquarium

The Dolphin-Plaintiff: Kama v the New England Aquarium

Animal welfare lawyer tests the waters of an animal suing in his own right.

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11
May 2011
The Man Who Hid His House Inside A Barn

The Man Who Hid His House Inside A Barn

Mr. and Mrs. Beesley hid their house inside a barn. For legal reasons. » Continue Reading

08
Sep 2008

The Art Of Trial: Private and Confidential!

Trial, for the layperson (read "non-lawyer") is a source of tremendous stress and nervousness. You rarely see standing-room only line-ups at the public galleries of the Courthouse. But for lawyers, they are masochistic labours of love; a chunk of time where the stress is through the roof but so, too, is the intensity.

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