Originalism as misnamed judicial legacy of the Scalia years – 1986-2016

Yesterday, in The Supreme Battle, Canadian constitutional scholar Adam Dodek described a side of the late Antonin Scalia, that few even in the legal community hardly ever saw: a U.S. Supreme Court justice willing to subject himself to honest intellectual debate among peers, even once with Canada’s former Supreme Court justice and champion of legal pragmatism, Ian Binnie. Dodek nevertheless… Read More

Unconscionable delay in civil justice: Is it also unconstitutional?

Click on the link to read my article, “Unconscionable delay in civil justice: Is it also unconstitutional?” 32AdvocQ277.  It exposes the elephant in the room every time an Askov blitz diverts court resources from the civil to criminal court docket.  Is the right of criminal accuseds to a speedy trial worth more to Canadian society than injury victims… Read More