Tue, 26 September 2017
October 2nd marks the first day of the Supreme Court of Canada’s fall session.
Among the 30 cases ranging from freedom of religion, equality rights, and contract law– to name a few on the docket– what are some major cases to look out for? With news of the Chief Justice’s retirement at the end of the fall session, what can we gather from the McLachlin Court’s legacy? Could an early announcement of the next Chief Justice affect the dynamic of the Court this fall?
On this episode, we addressed all of these questions and everything in between with one of Canada’s senior constitutional scholars, Professor Jamie Cameron.
The words, interviews, and production of this podcast are by Emma Noradounkian, Podcast Editor for volume 63 of the McGill Law Journal.
Direct download: SCC_Fall_2017_Preview_emmanoradounkian_FinalDraft.mp3
Category:Supreme Court of Canada -- posted at: 9:25pm EDT