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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.

28
Oct 2007
Martin Brodeur: Justice 1, Privacy 0

Martin Brodeur: Justice 1, Privacy 0

As Martin Brodeur, star ice hockey player, is discovering, seeking judicial relief comes with a heavy privacy price.

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25
Jun 2007
Animals Walk Amongst Us

Animals Walk Amongst Us

Chris Benoit, animal: how could you?

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21
Dec 2009

Saint Lawyer: Lawyers Who Were Sainted

Merry Christ Mass to all and to lawyers too! Saint Ives may be the patron saint of lawyers but he is not the only lawyer to have been sainted by the Roman Catholic Pope.

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28
Jun 2013
To Hell and Back as Justice Requires

To Hell and Back as Justice Requires

The unbearable and unspeakable crime one judge had to deal with serves as a reminder to us all that justice must sometimes reach into the pits of hell.

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05
Mar 2012
Trash Can Law: Finders Keepers Losers Weepers?

Trash Can Law: Finders Keepers Losers Weepers?

The law of abandoned property is evolving, filling, emptying, filling .... Finders keepers losers weepers? Depends where you are.

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06
Jan 2013
Mea Culpa Judge Smith: A Judge's Confessions

Mea Culpa Judge Smith: A Judge's Confessions

A rare, honest view from the bench on a judicial career.

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01
Jan 1997
Colour in the-Court! Colour in the Court!

Colour in the-Court! Colour in the Court!

It took a notary to show lawyers to add some colour to their drab legal clothes.
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22
Sep 2013
Lawyer, Singer and ex-Hockey Enforcer Seek Law-making Authority in Parliament

Lawyer, Singer and ex-Hockey Enforcer Seek Law-making Authority in Parliament

A Federal By-Election Attracts two Colourful Wannabe Law-makers, Singer Stephane Moraille and ex-NHL Enforcer Georges Laraque.

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17
Jun 2012
Active Euthanasia, Suicide - This Time, The Law Does Not Blink

Active Euthanasia, Suicide - This Time, The Law Does Not Blink

The British Columbia Supreme Court did not blink when a controversial active euthanaisia case was brought into Court, in spite of wagon-loads of barbarous treatment of suicide in the pages of legal history.

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03
Aug 2012
Liability Issues Erupt Over Popular Hip Replacement Options

Liability Issues Erupt Over Popular Hip Replacement Options

Fascinating hip surgery legal spat leaves hobbled patients in the lurch.

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