October 25, 2016
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Liberals stick to countrywide Supreme Court selection process (The Globe and Mail)
Carissima Mathen, Common Law Section, discusses regional representation in the selection of Supreme Court Justices and the potential for increased court challenges.

The devil's in CETA's details, specifically on dispute settlement (The Globe and Mail)
Michael Geist, Common Law Section, explains how pushing agreements beyond tariff reductions to "broader regulatory documents that now mandate domestic legal reforms." can cause a deal to collapse, such is the case with CETA.

Rocco Galati files constitutional challenge against Canada-EU trade deal (CBC News)
Errol Mendes, Common Law Section, comments on Toronto lawyer Rocco Galati, who has filed a statement of claim that CETA is unconstitutional. 

Is a 10-week suspension enough for lawyer who slept with a client? (Toronto Star)
Adam Dodek, Common Law Section, argues that disbarment is a more appropriate response to cases where a lawyer sleeps with a client. 

Après 30 ans, une nouvelle loi sur les services en français? (L'Express de Toronto)
Cet article met en valeur le Colloque organisé par l'Université sur les 30 ans de la Loi sur les services en français.  

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Mardi, Octobre 25, 2016
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