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In All Fairness is a Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice podcast channel welcoming representatives from the legal community and exploring how we can all contribute to improving the administration of justice in Canada. Legal professionals will benefit from informed discussions on key issues, essential knowledge and insights to strengthen their practice. En toute justice est une série de balados de l’Institut canadien d’administration de la justice qui donne la parole à différ ...
 
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In this episode, CIAJ's lawyer Nathan Afilalo is welcoming Lan Keenan, a JD candidate at Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law and President of the Schulich Disability Alliance. Together they provide an overview of accessibility and accommodation issues and solutions in law schools.Par CIAJ – ICAJ
 
In this episode, Professor Cheryl Milne and CIAJ Legal Researcher Nathan Afilalo discuss the practical aspects of the use of the concept of dignity in Canadian case law, and the ethical and practical implications of practising law consistent with the concept of dignity. This important topic is one of the key aspects to be examined at CIAJ’s 46th An…
 
Dans cet épisode, Me Christine O'Doherty s'entretient avec l'avocat et éthicien Me Pierre Deschamps, qui apporte un point de vue expert sur la question de la dignité et de l'aide médicale à mourir. Ensemble, ils abordent l’avènement de l’AMM au Québec et au Canada, les législations québécoise et fédérale, ainsi que les fondements cliniques, éthique…
 
In this episode, Adjunct Research Professor Dr. Samantha McAleese from Carleton University and Lawyer Russell Bennett, founder of Cannabis Law, Barristers & Solicitors, tackle the topic of expunging cannabis convictions. Together, they discuss the evolution of cannabis law, and why they think changes are needed in a country that is constantly evolv…
 
Cet épisode est un extrait de la 45e Conférence annuelle de l’ICAJ intitulée « Les peuples autochtones et le droit ». Celle-ci a eu lieu à Vancouver en novembre 2021. Il s’agit d’une partie du panel numéro 7, qui traite de la gouvernance et de l'autonomie des Premières Nations, des Métis et des Inuits. Dans cet extrait, vous entendrez la présentati…
 
This is an excerpt from CIAJ's 45th Annual Conference on Indigenous Peoples and the Law, which took place in person in Vancouver and online on November 17-19, 2021. CIAJ is pleased to widely share the Land Acknowledgement address made by Debra Sparrow, Knowledge Keeper of the Musqueam First Nation, Weaver and Artist, on November 17, 2021. The episo…
 
Cet épisode est un extrait de la 45e Conférence annuelle de l’ICAJ intitulée « Les peuples autochtones et le droit ». Celle-ci a eu lieu à Vancouver en novembre 2021. Il s’agit d’une partie du panel numéro 6, qui porte sur la question du traitement des délinquants autochtones au Canada. Dans cet extrait, vous entendrez la présentation de la juge Mi…
 
This is an excerpt from CIAJ's 45th Annual Conference on Indigenous Peoples and the Law, which took place in person in Vancouver and online on November 17-19, 2021. CIAJ is pleased to widely share the address made by the 2021 Conference Chair, The Honourable Chief Justice of British Columbia Robert J. Bauman, on November 17, 2021. The episode begin…
 
In this episode, CIAJ’s Executive Director Christine O’Doherty is welcoming Professor Kent Roach to provide an update on Bill C-28 on extreme intoxication. Together, they will discuss the new amendments, what they mean, and what kind of results we should expect. A first episode on this topic was aired on June 16, 2022 (Episode 52: The SCC and the M…
 
This is an excerpt from CIAJ's 45th Annual Conference on Indigenous Peoples and the Law, which took place in person in Vancouver and online on November 17-19, 2021. CIAJ is pleased to widely share the address made by the 2021 Conference Honorary President, The Honourable Murray Sinclair, on November 17, 2021. The episode begins with an introduction…
 
The Supreme Court of Canada in R. v. Brown, 2022 SCC 18, has recently re-invigorated the defence of extreme intoxication. In this timely episode, Sarah A. Inness and Professor Kent Roach will discuss the history of the defence of self-induced intoxication, how it was interpreted and applied in previous cases, its inclusion as Section 33.1 of the Cr…
 
Qu’est-ce que la résilience? Y a-t-il une différence entre le stress et l’anxiété? Comment peut-on prévenir, apaiser ou gérer la détresse physique ou psychologique? Dans ce balado, la docteure en psychologie, consultante en résilience psychologique et soutien entre pairs Rachel Thibeault offre des outils simples, efficaces et applicables dès mainte…
 
In this third and last episode of a three-part series on “Family Law Reform,” CIAJ’s Executive Director and lawyer Christine O’Doherty is interviewing the Honourable Justice Rodney A. Jerke of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta and Diana Lowe, QC, lawyer and justice system consultant at Re-imagining Justice to discuss the importance of improving…
 
In this second episode of a three-part series on “Family Law Reform,” CIAJ’s Executive Director and lawyer Christine O’Doherty is interviewing Nicole Sherren, PhD, Principal Consultant and Founder of R2P Solutions and Diana Lowe, QC, lawyer and justice system consultant at Re-imagining Justice to discuss: how brain science relates to family well-be…
 
In this first episode of a three-part series on “Family Law Reform,” CIAJ’s Executive Director and lawyer Christine O’Doherty is inviting Diana Lowe, QC, lawyer and justice system consultant at Re-imagining Justice to discuss: the nature of concerns about the family justice system, recommendations to improve the system and why we need a culture shi…
 
Internships are an essential step in a student's career development. They allow students to get a taste of what it's like to work in the heart of the justice system and to gain experience that will give them a boost in their future career. In this episode, Nathan Afilalo welcomes three students who have participated in this program: Erin Macgillivr…
 
Putting the February 2022 Crisis in context requires taking a step back and getting a better grasp of Canada’s Emergencies Act and its implications. In this timely podcast, CIAJ's Executive Director and Lawyer Christine O'Doherty is asking UofT Faculty of Law Professor Kent Roach some crucial questions: How did we get to this point? How does federa…
 
Quand on est encore aux études, avoir la chance de se frotter à la réalité du travail au cœur même du système de justice, cela peut donner tout un coup de pouce. Viviane Lavergne, diplômée de la Faculté de droit de l’Université de Montréal, et Deana Tardif, étudiante à la Faculté de droit de l’Université Laval, en savent quelque chose. Dans ce bala…
 
Megan Vis-Dunbar, a Liaison Lawyer and the Manager of Local Libraries at Courthouse Libraries BC, is interviewing Jennifer Cox, Commission Counsel for the Mass Casualty Commission. Together, they discuss concrete ways in which courts and tribunals can build authentic relationships with Indigenous communities in order to develop a better understandi…
 
In this third and last episode of a new three-part series on how the brain works, host Caroline Mandell is welcoming Dr. Sophie Leroy, Associate Professor of Management at the University of Washington BothellSchool of Business. Together they explore topics such as attention, distraction and procrastination and discuss their implications for judges …
 
In this second episode, host Caroline Mandell is interviewing David Badre, professor of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences at Brown University, located in Providence, Rhode Island. Together, they explain what cognitive control (also known as executive function) is and discuss its implications for judges – and all legal professionals …
 
In this first episode of a new three-part series on how the brain works, host Caroline Mandell is speaking with UNSW Sydney’s Emeritus Professor John Sweller. Together, they explore a fundamental question: how do our brains process, retain, retrieve, and apply information? In short: how do we learn?Par CIAJ – ICAJ
 
Megan Vis-Dunbar, a Liaison Lawyer and the Manager of Local Libraries at Courthouse Libraries BC, is interviewing the Honourable Justice Michelle O'Bonsawin of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice on the themes of Gladue principles in a mental health context, child protection, and more. This podcast was recorded at CIAJ's 45th Annual Conference on…
 
Dans cet épisode, l’avocate et animatrice Caroline Bourbonnais s’entretient avec sa collègue, Me Awatif Lakhdar, associée chez Lavery Avocats, et l’honorable André Roy, juge à la Cour supérieure du Québec. Ensemble, ils analysent les conférences de règlement à l’amiable (CRA) selon le point de vue du juge et de l’avocat, tout en abordant certains p…
 
Dans cet épisode, l’avocate et animatrice Caroline Bourbonnais s’entretient avec l’honorable Carole Hallée, juge à la Cour supérieure du Québec, et Me Michel Ghali, avocat à l’aide juridique de Montréal. Ensemble, ils abordent la question d’un dossier en matière familiale selon le point de vue du juge et de l’avocat.…
 
Are courts and tribunals really providing accessible service to people with disabilities? Michael Gottheil, Chief of the Commission and Tribunals of the Alberta Human Rights Commission, and Michael McNeely, Family Lawyer at Rogerson Law Group and first deaf-blind lawyer to graduate from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, are seeking to ans…
 
L’avocate et animatrice Caroline Bourbonnais aborde le thème difficile de l’enlèvement international d’un enfant, en compagnie de ses collègues Me Awatif Lakhdar et Me Caroline Harnois. Toutes trois spécialisées en droit de la famille, elles traitent des sujets tels que les premières étapes à respecter dans ce type de dossier, les moyens de défense…
 
In this episode, Laverne Jacobs, a professor at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and a person with physical disabilities, interviews Michael McNeely, who is the first deaf-blind lawyer to graduate from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University. They share thoughts on access to administrative justice for people with disabilities, challenges…
 
In this episode, Professor Emeritus Philip Bryden meets with human rights advocate and accessibility consultant Michael McNeely to discuss barriers to access to administrative justice for people with disabilities. Together, they explore the obstacles that Mr. McNeely himself may encounter while practising law, and how the justice system could adapt…
 
Me Valentin Molpeceres et Me Isabel Brault, tous deux spécialisés en droit de la famille, abordent le thème de la représentation des enfants dans le cadre d'un litige en matière familiale en compagnie de l’animatrice et avocate Caroline Bourbonnais. Cet épisode offre les points de vue d’avocats chevronnés, qui partagent leurs connaissances et leur …
 
An eight-part series on dignity. In this eighth and last episode of this series, we will be exploring the impact of medical aid in dying legislation on people with cognitive conditions. Throughout this entire podcast, at every step, we will be exploring and establishing whether the courts should consider the concept of dignity in their decisions re…
 
An eight-part series on dignity. In this seventh episode, we will be exploring how the concept of dignity, mental illness and medical aid in dying interrelate. Throughout this entire podcast, at every step, we will be exploring and establishing whether the courts should consider the concept of dignity in their decisions regarding end-of-life ethics…
 
An eight-part series on dignity. In this sixth episode, we will be exploring the connection between the concept of dignity and mental illness. Throughout this entire podcast, at every step, we will be exploring and establishing whether the courts should consider the concept of dignity in their decisions regarding end-of-life ethics.…
 
An eight-part series on dignity. In this fifth episode, we will be exploring what changes were made to medical aid in dying legislation from Bill C-14 to Bill C-7. Throughout this entire podcast, at every step, we will be exploring and establishing whether the courts should consider the concept of dignity in their decisions regarding end-of-life et…
 
An eight-part series on dignity. In this fourth episode, we will be exploring the concept of dignity and the history of medical aid in dying (MAID) legislation and jurisprudence. Throughout this entire podcast, at every step, we will be exploring and establishing whether the courts should consider the concept of dignity in their decisions regarding…
 
In this episode, Athanasios Hadjis (Senior Legal Counsel, Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada) welcomes Professor Patricia M. Barkaskas (Instructor & Academic Director, Indigenous Community Legal Clinic, Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia) who presents some conclusions of CIAJ's 2021 National Roundtable on …
 
In this episode, Professor Philip Bryden, TransCanada Chair in Administrative and Regulatory Law at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law, is interviewing lawyer, human rights advocate, and accessibility consultant Michael McNeely, on his own experience with the justice system as a deaf-blind person.…
 
Les rapports que nous entretenons avec l’information sont bouleversés par les technologies et les médias sociaux : les modes de communication sont en mutation, l’information circule dans un réseau de canaux disparates, le langage se transforme avec l’utilisation de sigles et d’émoticônes de tous genres. Pour les membres de la magistrature, cela pos…
 
With reference to existing Supreme Court of Canada and appellate jurisprudence (see, eg. R. v. Kokopenace 2015 SCC 28), this session will consider the existing methods and best practices for ensuring a representative jury. It will also look at managing a trial where issues of culture and religion are at the forefront. The panel will address the que…
 
In this mini-podcast, attorney Lauren J. Wihak shares her views on administrative law and explains why she believes this branch of law is so important on many different levels. In the process, she invites the legal community to participate in an important annual update on the issues raised in her area of expertise.…
 
With reference to existing Supreme Court of Canada and appellate jurisprudence (see, eg. R. v. Kokopenace 2015 SCC 28), this session will consider the existing methods and best practices for ensuring a representative jury. It will also look at managing a trial where issues of culture and religion are at the forefront. The panel will address the que…
 
Same words, different concepts. We seem to be using the same words, but in fact, they bear a different meaning. The concept of mother, the interpretation of treaty, personhood: where is the common understanding? Can we understand and adapt legal concepts like spiritual law and human law? In this podcast, we will hear from the Honourable P. Colleen …
 
One of the strengths of Canadian legal traditions is their ability to adapt to changing circumstances. In societies that embrace all of their cultures, can Canadian legal traditions adapt indigenous conception of duty, loyalty, and good faith? Are expanded laws one solution to meet the need for inclusion in a diverse society? In this podcast, we wi…
 
L’animatrice et avocate Christine O’Doherty s’entretient avec la juge Lise Gagnon, le vulgarisateur juridique Michaël Poutré et la conseillère en communication Christine Moisan. Dans cet épisode, nous abordons les notions de langage clair, de destinataire et de structure. Nous explorons également les raisons pour lesquelles les juges reçoivent de l…
 
Dernier d’une série de quatre épisodes portant sur la lutte contre les agressions sexuelles. Avec Tamsin Higgs, professeure adjointe au Département de psychologie de l'Université de Montréal et chercheure affiliée au Centre international de criminologie comparée ainsi qu'au Centre de recherche de l'Institut national de psychiatrie légale Philippe-P…
 
Troisième épisode d’une série de quatre portant sur la lutte contre les agressions sexuelles, animés par Viviane Lavergne. Avec Élizabeth Corte, juge en chef de la Cour du Québec de 2009 à 2016, et Julie Desrosiers, professeure titulaire à la Faculté de droit de l’Université Laval, en droit pénal et criminel.…
 
Ce deuxième épisode d’une série de quatre portant sur la lutte contre les agressions sexuelles traite de l'aide aux victimes. Dans ce balado, la sexologue Sarah Tessier aborde la question du soutien aux victimes offert par le Centre d’aide aux victimes d’actes criminel (CAVAC), que la victime décide de porter plainte ou non.…
 
Premier épisode d’une série de quatre portant sur la lutte contre les agressions sexuelles. Ce balado aborde l'importante question de la place de la victime d’agression sexuelle dans le système de justice. Avec l'honorable Sophie Lavergne J.C.Q., la procureure Caroline Lafleur, DPCP et Me Philippe Comtois, avocat criminaliste. Animatrice : Viviane …
 
This podcast will discuss whether the current risk assessment tools are appropriate in assessing offenders from minority cultures and ethnicities. Host: The Honourable Gerald M. Morin. Guests: The Honourable Justice Michelle O’Bonsawin, Superior Court of Justice; Ms. Emily Hill, Senior Staff Lawyer, Aboriginal Legal Services (ALS).…
 
Dans ce balado animé par Me Michèle Moreau, le chef de l’APNQL Ghislain Picard et l’avocat Ken Rock analysent les réussites des peuples autochtones du Québec dans l’exercice de leur autonomie et de l’autogouvernance, ainsi que les obstacles à surmonter. Ils observent comment les positions actuelles et antérieures du Québec à l’égard du gouvernement…
 
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