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Groia v. Law Society: Civility & Proportionality, Advocacy & the Charter (...But Mostly Standard of Review)

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45 minutes
Published
2019
Presenter(s)
Greg Delbigio
Alison Latimer
Source
Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia
Provider
Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia
Language
English
Length
45 minutes
Price
$89.00 plus tax

Greg Debigio and Alison Latimer present Groia v. Law Society: Civility & Proportionality, Advocacy & the Charter (...But Mostly Standard of Review).

Presenters

Greg Delbigio

I have practiced law for a very long time.

Alison Latimer and I acted for the Federation of Law Societies on the Groia case.

When I am not practicing law I might be walking my dog.

Alison Latimer

Alison Latimer is a partner at Arvay Finlay LLP and maintains a general litigation practice with a focus on areas of public law. Ms. Latimer acted as co-counsel to the intervener, the Federation of Law Societies of Canada in Groia v. Law Society of Upper Canada, 2018 SCC 27. She has also acted as counsel on a number of significant constitutional cases. She was co-counsel for the plaintiffs in the challenge to the criminal laws that absolutely prohibited physician assisted dying and co-counsel for the plaintiffs in the more recent challenge to the laws that authorize solitary confinement in Canada.

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