Best Practices for Constitutional Rights Litigation 

Nov. 16, 2017
Online

CBA LAW SERIES - FALL 2017

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Presented by the CBA  Constitutional and Human Rights Law Section and the CBA Administrative Law Section

Best Practices for Constitutional Rights Litigation



For lawyers who litigate constitutional rights cases, the right preparation and strategy is important – particularly with the ultimate potential for an appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada.

In this webinar, a panel of experienced constitutional rights litigators will discuss how to select the right case for a constitutional challenge, the procedural and evidentiary issues common to constitutional cases, and the importance of creating the proper record.

You will also learn about common mistakes made in litigating constitutional cases, and how to avoid them.

Topics will include:

  • Practice and procedure in constitutional rights litigation
  • Overview of individual and collective rights in the context of constitutional litigation
  • The use of expert evidence
  • Tips for building a sound record
  • Appellate advocacy in constitutional rights litigation


PRESENTERS


    

 Ranjan K. Agarwal - link to biography  Raj Anand - link tio biography  Caily DiPuma - link to biography  Allan Damer - link to firm

 

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613-237-2925; 1-800-267-8860 

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