The Barrister Online

In this issue of The Barrister...

 

Features:

Case Comment:  Clements v. Clements

Report of the Gary J. Bigg Memorial Endowment Awards Committee

The Impact of Adoption on Parental Access to Children After Guardianship Has Been Terminated

Personal Injury in the Supreme Court of Canada - The Last 2 Years

The Wills and Succession Act:  What Is New?

Common Misconceptions About Structured Settlements

Supplemental Information and Materials to the Court of Queen's Bench Submission "Enabling Access and Quality - Proposal for an Increase to Alberta's Queen's Bench Complement."

Waiver of Tort:  What is It and When Should you Plead It?

 

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