Featured Articles: Looking at Criminal Law
Perhaps more than any other area of the law, criminal law is constantly evolving.
Recent Developments in Criminal Law
New laws abound as the government focuses on crime. Are they all necessary?
The Crime of Counseling Criminal Offences
Could counseling a crime collide with the Charter right to freedom of expression?
How Criminal Records and Police Reports can Ruin Your Travel Plans
Your past might haunt your future travel plans if you don’t plan ahead.
Absolute and Conditional Discharges in Canadian Criminal Law
In certain circumstances, judges can use their discretion to allow an offender to avoid a criminal record.
Basic Facts in Federal Corrections
When assessing the state of the criminal law in Canada, it is useful to look at some basic facts about how our criminal justice system works.
Special Report: The Law and Luck
Canadian Regulation of Contests, Prizes and Games
There are lots of laws at both the federal and provincial level to help prevent Canadians from being fooled by contests and prizes.
Is Good Luck Taxable?
In Canada, Lady Luck Spurns the Taxman!
Turning a Loss into a Win
One disillusioned consumer pursued his sweepstakes grand prize all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Human Rights Law
Prostitution Law in Canada: Will the Charter Dialogue Continue?
U.K. Case Potentially Positive Step in Recognizing Human Rights Work as Charitable
How is property divided at the end of a relationship?
Regulation of Employment Agencies
Landlord and Tenant Law
What is an offence under provincial renting laws?
Talking to the Police
A Famous Case Revisited
Whatever Happened to … David Chen and Citizen Arrests
Law and Literature
A Tale of Two Lawyers