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As we near the end of the longest election in Canadian history, here’s a refresher on some of the key legal issues that you should think about as you cast your vote.
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Justice Rothstein reflects on more than two decades on the bench
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Members of the Queen’s Law community share their views about a topic that’s been on everyone’s mind
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A guide to understanding the SCC’s recent decision regarding physician-assisted suicide
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Vulnerable individuals need protection, but not at the expense of their autonomy
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Over the coming weeks, Juris Diction’s Opinion section will be exploring the contentious issue of medically-assisted suicide
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In the wake of widespread criticism, the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) has unexpectedly reversed its decision to intervene in Chevron Corporation et al v. Yaiguaje, et al. at the Supreme Court. The case involves a dispute over whether Canadian courts have jurisdiction to enforce a judgement by an Ecuadorean court