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Vie privée sous surveillance

The McGill Law Journal Podcast

Release Date: 11/17/2014

ADR in the COVID Era show art ADR in the COVID Era

The McGill Law Journal Podcast

On this week’s episode, MLJ Editors Garima Karia and Addie Lalande explore the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic for ADR. How are ADR professionals adapting to this new reality, and will these changes outlast the pandemic? They speak with Me Anaïs Lacroix, a lawyer and co-founder of Latitude Management, as well as Professor Fabien Gélinas, a professor at McGill’s Faculty of Law and an international arbitrator.

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Health Equity, Federalism, and Canada’s COVID-19 Response show art Health Equity, Federalism, and Canada’s COVID-19 Response

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In this episode, we examine what health equity means and try to understand both the challenges and the opportunities that the COVID-19 pandemic presents for achieving health equity in Canada.

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Litigating for Change: Dr. Cindy Blackstock on First Nations Child Welfare show art Litigating for Change: Dr. Cindy Blackstock on First Nations Child Welfare

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This episode seeks to uncover the impact and significance of the Caring Society litigation, which condemned the Canadian government's approach to First Nations Child Welfare and called for action on policies that have continued to perpetuate historical inequalities. Our guest is Dr. Cindy Blackstock, member of the Gitksan First Nation in Northern British Columbia, Professor of Social Work at McGill University and Executive Director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society.

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A Conversation with Brad Regehr, President of the Canadian Bar Association show art A Conversation with Brad Regehr, President of the Canadian Bar Association

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Our newest episode features an insightful interview with Brad Regehr, president of the Canadian Bar Association. Mr. Regehr is the first Indigenous president in the organization’s history, and has been a leader in the legal field as a partner at Maurice Law. This episode will explore the experiences that inform his approach, as well as his vision for the Canadian Bar Association.

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Litigating Laïcité: The Bill 21 Challenge show art Litigating Laïcité: The Bill 21 Challenge

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As the trial begins for the court challenge to Bill 21, our newest episode aims to provide helpful context that emphasizes the social effects behind the legal arguments, while offering a glimpse at what it’s like to be at the forefront of a major Charter case. Our guests are Noa Mendelsohn Aviv, director of the Equality Program at the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, and Me Nour Farhat, a lawyer representing the Fédération autonome de l’enseignement.

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There's an App for That: Legal Technology and the Future of the Profession show art There's an App for That: Legal Technology and the Future of the Profession

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Over the past few years, there has been an explosion of technologies providing and enhancing legal services. Some view these developments as a way to promote access to justice, while others point to emerging ethical dilemmas. To explore these issues, we are joined by Jena McGill, Professor at the University of Ottawa, and Costa Ragas, partner at Fasken and a core part of the ViaFasken team.

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From Calder to Tsilhqot’in: The Past, Present and Future of Aboriginal Title show art From Calder to Tsilhqot’in: The Past, Present and Future of Aboriginal Title

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In Tsilhqot’in Nation v British Columbia, the Supreme Court of Canada issued a declaration of Aboriginal title for the first time in its history. To better understand the evolution of Aboriginal title, from Calder to Tsilhqot’in and beyond, we interview David Rosenberg, whose extensive experience includes acting as lead counsel for the Tsilqot’in Nation at trial and on its successful appeal to the Supreme Court.

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Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg show art Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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Across the United States and beyond, many students, lawyers and citizens have grieved the loss of a brilliant Supreme Court Justice, a trailblazing woman and an outstanding role model. To commemorate her life and reflect on her legacy, we are joined by Professor Deborah Jones Merritt, who has known Justice Ginsburg for over 40 years.

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Brian Gallant | 33rd Premier of New Brunswick | CEO, Canadian Centre for the Purpose of the Corporation show art Brian Gallant | 33rd Premier of New Brunswick | CEO, Canadian Centre for the Purpose of the Corporation

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Today’s guest is one that you won’t want to miss: Brian Gallant, 33rd premier of New Brunswick and current CEO of the Canadian Centre for the Purpose of the Corporation. Mr. Gallant has a fascinating journey, from student and lawyer to politician and premier, and now to advisor and CEO. Over the course of this episode, he discusses each step on his path to making a difference, and how every lawyer can play a role in promoting social change.

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Reconciliation and the Legal Field with Senator Murray Sinclair show art Reconciliation and the Legal Field with Senator Murray Sinclair

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Today’s episode features a very special guest: Senator Murray Sinclair. His groundbreaking career has had a significant impact on the Canadian legal landscape, from his appointment as the first Indigenous judge in Manitoba and only the second in Canada to his service as Co-Chair of the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry in Manitoba and as Chief Commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

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