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5d80d7912b Chartrand, March 2005 CBA Resolution - Background There has been a lot of discussion and good work recently done on ensuring Aboriginal representation on the Supreme Court of Canada as well as on all appellate Courts throughout Canada . Learn More Our Work CBA Initiatives Court Interventions Public Policy & Advocacy Resolutions Submissions CBA Influence CBA Connect Connecting students and young lawyers to CBA Learn More Sections & Community CBA National Sections CBA Forums CBA Committees Canadian Corporate Counsel Association United We Stand Join over 25,000 of your esteemed colleagues who participate in CBA Sections, Forums and Committees. Learn More Our Work CBA Initiatives Court Interventions Public Policy & Advocacy Resolutions Submissions CBA Influence CBA Connect Connecting students and young lawyers to CBA Learn More Sections & Community CBA National Sections CBA Forums CBA Committees Canadian Corporate Counsel Association Aboriginal Law About Executive Resources Articles Submissions and Resolutions News Professional Development Galleries Discussion Board Volunteer Portal (for the Executive Committee) United We Stand Join over 25,000 of your esteemed colleagues who participate in CBA Sections, Forums and Committees. The presentation had a particular focus on the issues of professional responsibility, the role of law societies in governing the legal profession, and the Guidelines adopted by some law societies to address issues arising out of IRS litigation. The CBA echoed this commitment in its 1999 Report entitled Racial Equality in the Canadian Legal Profession , and again at its 2000 Mid-Winter Meetings where it adopted Resolution 00-01M which specifically called for a review of appointment criteria in support of Aboriginal appointments at appellate levels. He has created a strong mentoring system for young Aboriginal lawyers and was the first president of the Indigenous Bar Association. The effort was led by Jeffery Callaghan of McInnes Cooper and Steven Foulds of Steven Foulds Law. On August 11, 2005 , the Globe and Mail published an Opinion of Phil Fontaine, the National Chief and Dianne Corbiere , the President of IBA with minor editorial changes. This year the CLA-ACE Student Summer Internship Program is again offering exciting opportunities for adventurous law students looking to kick-start their careers in international law.
BUILDING THE LAWYERS TOOLBOX: Understanding the ABCs of Administrative Law and Raising your Game with Tools, Skills and Processes ID: NBTOOL16 Date October 20, 2016 12:00 AM Location Saint John NB Subject Administration Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Constitutional and Human Rights Law Type In-Person 21 VIEW FROM THE BENCH SERIES WITH THE HON. .. Viewthe report . LAFORME FIRST JUDGE APPOINTED TO A COURT OF APPEAL . Justice LaForme graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1977 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1979. He was born and raised on his reserve where his mother and some of his family continue to reside and remain active in that First Nation's government. Menu Sign In Search Search for: . view written submissions (pdf) / link to transcripts Urgent IBA letter to federal Minister of Justice Irwin Cotler (November 14, 2005) "Aboriginals fear they were shut out of Supreme Court” Hill Times Article (November 14, 2005) IBA and NSAHRC seek support ofCanadiansfor the appointment ofAboriginal Peoples to courts of appeals and Supreme Court of Canada.read more Paper - "Aboriginal Appointments to the Supreme Court of Canada" by James C.