June InForum: Annual Report, Welcoming our New President, & more.
The Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society is providing a suite of electronic resources from LexisNexis at the Halifax and Sydney Barristers’ libraries. Content includes…
The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Family Division) Liaison Committee is seeking to fill vacant membership positions on its regional subcommittees.
Today, we recognize National Indigenous Peoples Day. On this and every day we acknowledge the right to self-determination of all First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in Canada, and celebrate their heritage, culture, and contributions.
We would like to congratulate our 2022 Race and the Law Essay Prize recipient, Michael Michel, for his paper, “Indigenous Self-Government and Criminal Law: The Path Towards Concurrent Jurisdiction in Canada.”
The Department of Justice Canada is conducting a survey to obtain current information on the characteristics of child support cases handled by family law practitioners in Canada.