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Clients with Diminished Capacity: A Unique Challenge to the Lawyer-Client Relationship

Clients with diminished capacities present unique challenges to ensuring the sought normal solicitor-client relationship. Lawyers are to maintain the “normal solicitor-client relationship” insofar as reasonably possible when acting for clients with…

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Voyeurism in School: Significant Digits in the Jarvis Case

The Supreme Court ruled that a high school teacher, Ryan Jarvis, who secretly recorded students from his pen camera while they were at school has committed voyeurism. Mr. Jarvis’s recordings were…

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Do Students Have a Right To Privacy?

Can a teacher film his students? That depends. Are the students aware of it? Did they consent? What exactly is the teacher filming? For what purpose? Can a high school teacher…

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Is Justice Really Blind? SNC Lavalin, Political, Interference, and Special Treatment

Justice is blind. Equality before and under the law. Fairness. Integrity. Transparency. These are all hallmarks of a justice system that works. But as is so often cited, but perhaps less…

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Lawyer’s Withdrawal from Criminal Proceedings

Four civilians accused of defrauding the military in the amount of $1.3 million are looming close to their trial date scheduled for May 2019. However, a lawyer for one of the…

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