When Judy Gayton, an Alberta SRL suffering from a brain injury and deemed to be "without competency" to represent herself, was unable to find a pro bono lawyer to represent her, the Medicine Hat Provincial Court altered her competency designation and she was forced to go to trial without a lawyer or anyone to speak for her. Her case was dismissed yesterday.
Here Judy talks to CBC about her case.
— Published on Dec 7th, 2016
Professor Myra Tawfik was quoted in a cbc.ca article by Don Pittis entitled: "Liberals' infrastructure boost overlooks need to support Canadian innovators."
— Published on Nov 2nd, 2016
Prof Tanovich discusses his study on adminissibility of rap lyrics in Canadian Criminal Trials
— Published on Mar 11th, 2016
Professor Julie Macfarlane's "The New Litigants" on The National
Prof Macfarlane on CBC's The National
— Published on Jan 17th, 2016