Constitutional Litigation in Civil Matters

Venue: Metropolitan Hotel

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Jun 02, 2003 End Date/Time: Jun 03, 2003
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Constitutional law is one of the most complex and difficult areas of law to master. Dissenting opinions at the Supreme Court of Canada can carry great weight. Choosing among the myriad of procedures and remedies available can be very difficult. Crown privilege is a key, but complex area, with special legislative provisions to consider. Furthermore, coordinating strategy among many intervenors brings its own challenges.

Whether you are government counsel or in private practice, this Canadian Institute conference is designed to bring you completely up-to-date on the latest legal developments in constitutional law, and give you practical insights to help you win your case.

Leading lawyers from across Canada will cover key topics including:

* Effective arguments in privacy cases
* Benefits programs and section 15: what is the law now?
* How to approach section 1 arguments
* Economic and social rights after Gosselin
* How to prepare a “Brandeis Brief”
* A practical guide to remedies in constitutional cases


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