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05-03-22 | Access to Justice, Courts, Technology

The fundamental importance of efficiency in the administration of justice in a crisis: Judicial solutions from a North American perspective

Authors Catherine Piché and Shana Chaffai-Parent reflect on the efficiency of our system of justice in pandemic and post-pandemic periods by exploring the contours of an effective and accessible civil justice system.

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06-29-21 | Courts, Law Practice

Passions and pastimes: A Conversation with the Chief Justice of Canada

In this final instalment of the Right Honorable Richard Wagner’s interview with Marie-Eve Sylvestre, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Civil Law Section of the University of Ottawa, the Chief Justice draws a more intimate portrait of his motivations and passions as the top judge of the Supreme Court of Canada. He notes that it is a real privilege to be able to play a role in building a more just society for future generations.

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05-13-21 | Courts, Dean's Talk

The Supreme Court, as explained by the Chief Justice of Canada

Are you familiar with the Supreme Court of Canada? How many judges sit on the bench? How many applications does the Supreme Court of Canada process each year? How do its decisions impact your life? In a brief exchange with Dean Marie-Eve Sylvestre, the Right Honorable Richard Wagner answers these questions and explains in a simple and accessible way the mandate and role of the Supreme Court of Canada.

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05-04-21 | Access to Justice, Courts, Dean's Talk

The judicial system in tune with society

In this conversation with Marie-Eve Sylvestre, Dean of the Civil Law Section at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law, the Chief Justice discusses the place of innovation and creativity in the judicial system.

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