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Le feu sacré: l’héritage du juge en chef Antonio Lamer

Chief Justice Lamer’s Impact on the Charter of Rights and Freedoms The Right Honourable Antonio Lamer holds the distinction of serving as a Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada during two very significant moments of constitutional history – enactment of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1982) and the Quebec Seccession Reference (1998). One of the longest-serving judges of […] Read more

About Preferability in the Quebec Class Actions Regime

The author proposes that, despite the formal absence of any criterion of preferability within the class action regime of the Province of Quebec, the very structure of the criteria for certification call for an examination of what is an appropriate use of this form of aggregate litigation. Read more