April 19, 2016

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Supreme Court undoing 'tough on crime' law

Edmonton JournalChief Justice Beverley McLachlin, who wrote the mandatory-minimum decision on behalf of a 6-3 court majority, argued that the law covers a wide range...

A Biglaw Associate's Big Supreme Court Victory

I clerked for the Supreme Court of Canada, so it was wonderful to have some of the justices I knew in court this morning when...

Editorial: Mandatory minimums don't always add up

Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, writing for the majority, said the minimum sentence cast too wide a net, snagging not just serious drug traffickers but also...