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Message from the Editor

  • October 03, 2021
  • David Milosevic

David Milosevic provides an introduction to the Fall 2021 edition of the Civil Litigation Section Insider.

Civil Litigation, Student Forum

Engagement, Innovation and Inclusion: Civil Litigation in 2021-2022

  • October 03, 2021
  • Chantelle Cseh, chair of the Civil Litigation Section, partner at Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP; Rachel Migicovsky, vice-chair of the Civil Litigation Section, TAP Law

Welcome to our new term from Chantelle Cseh, chair of the Civil Litigation Section, partner at Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP and Rachel Migicovsky, vice-chair of the Civil Litigation Section, TAP Law.

Civil Litigation, Student Forum

Self-Represented Litigants Before and After the Pandemic

  • October 03, 2021
  • Cameron Fiske, C.C.

Cameron's article reminds us that access to justice for self-represented litigants cannot always rely on remote hearings, and that in-person appearances with counsel before a decision-maker are crucial in ensuring access to justice.

Civil Litigation, Student Forum
AI Inventors: Do They Exist, and Does It Matter?

AI Inventors: Do They Exist, and Does It Matter?

  • October 03, 2021
  • Adil Abdulla, Sotos Class Actions

The question of whether artificial intelligence can be an inventor for the purposes of obtaining a patent has come to a forefront in several jurisdictions around the world. With Canada's official stance on the matter still open for debate, it is important to assess these foreign decisions to predict the future of our patent landscape.

Student Forum, Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law

Breaking News: How to Learn New or Emerging Law in a Pinch

  • September 28, 2021
  • Mark Asfar

Lawyers who have embraced emerging legal situations have likely learned a happy lesson – it is absolutely possible to learn about new or emerging areas of law and get the answers your clients need, as long as you know how to go about it.

Student Forum, Young Lawyers' Division