Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Supreme Court of Canada

February 14, 2008 Hull & Hull LLP Litigation Tags: , , , 0 Comments

I recently came across Osgoode Hall Law School’s blog site about the Supreme Court of Canada, The Court. Under the supervision of faculty, law student editors write on the upcoming decisions that are scheduled to be heard or have been recently decided by the Supreme Court of Canada.

 

There are a number of legal scholars who regularly comment on the decisions and readers are encouraged to post their own comments.  The “exchange of ideas” format is designed to appeal to both legal practitioners and other interested citizens and makes for interesting reading. The archives go back to November 2006 and decisions are searchable by subject.

 

Aside from the commentary, there are a number of online resources related to the Supreme Court, including online texts and a statistical database of recent Supreme Court decisions. There is also a link to Top Court Talk where correspondents from around the world discuss the decisions of their highest court.

 

It is an interesting way to keep informed with what is going on with the Supreme Court.

 

 Enjoy your day,

 

Diane Vieira

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