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Under volume 57, the McGill Law Journal became the first Canadian legal journal to launch a significant podcast series. The goal was to increase the Journal’s online presence by providing a forum in which to discuss important legal questions, while connecting with our audience in a deeper way. Please email if you have any questions or suggestions regarding our Podcast series.

FATCA Incoming (featuring Professor Allison Christians)
Posted on Mon, 17 Feb 2014 20:50:16 +0000

This summer, major portions of the controversial US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act come into effect. What will it mean for Canada? We met with Professor Allison Christians of McGill University to talk international tax, individual privacy, and national sovereignty.

Les réformes du CPC et l’accès à la justice avec la Juge Marie Deschamps et le Professeur Frédéric Bachand
Posted on Mon, 03 Feb 2014 20:52:00 +0000

Dans cet épisode, Eloïse Gagné rencontre l’ancienne juge de la Cour Suprême, Marie Deschamps, et le Professeur Frédéric Bachand de l’Université de McGill, afin de discuter des réformes du Code de procédure civile du Québec et de ses impacts sur l’accessibilité à la justice.

Defining the Ethics of the Government Lawyer with Professor Adam Dodek and Michael Morris
Posted on Sun, 26 Jan 2014 22:10:00 +0000

Despite a significant place in the legal profession, little attention has been given to the unique ethical challenges of the government lawyer. We spoke with Professor Adam Dodek (University of Ottawa) and Michael Morris (Department of Justice) on their efforts to change that.

Supreme Court Winter 2014 Preview, featuring Eugene Meehan, QC
Posted on Thu, 16 Jan 2014 22:00:00 +0000

The Supreme Court started its winter term January 13th. To get a sense of what cases and issues are coming up, we spoke with our expert court-watcher Eugene Meehan, a litigator at Supreme Advocacy LLP and McGill grad.

The Senate Reference, Part V, and the Future of Constitutional Reform
Posted on Mon, 02 Dec 2013 16:02:00 +0000

In November, the Supreme Court heard arguments on the constitutionality of reforming, or even abolishing, the Senate. We sat down with Professor Carissima Mathen of the University of Ottawa and Dean Daniel Jutras of McGill to make sense of this vital yet complex case.

Cyberfeminism and the eGirls Project with Professor Jane Bailey
Posted on Mon, 18 Nov 2013 15:52:04 +0000

In this episode, Laura Rhodes met with Professor Jane Bailey of the University of Ottawa to discuss her work with the eGirls Project, which studies privacy, security, and equality in the increasingly online lives of young women.

La controverse Nadon avec Maître Bernard Synnott et Professeur Paul Daly
Posted on Wed, 06 Nov 2013 16:27:00 +0000

Dans cet épisode, Eloïse Gagné parle avec Maître Bernard Synnott, Vice-Président du Barreau du Québec, et Professeur Paul Daly, de l’Université de Montréal, sur l’affaire complexe de la nomination du juge Marc Nadon à la Cour suprême.

“Universality”, Subjectivity, and International Law, featuring Professor Mohsen al Attar
Posted on Fri, 25 Oct 2013 18:36:37 +0000

In this episode, Alyssa Clutterbuck sat down with Professor Mohsen al Attar of Queen’s University Belfast to discuss his provocative article in the latest issue of the MLJ, “Reframing the “Universality” of International Law in a Globalizing World”.

AG Canada v Bedford, Part II – Alan Young, Daniel Weinstock, and Russell Browne
Posted on Mon, 30 Sep 2013 16:13:13 +0000

This summer, the SCC heard arguments for Attorney General of Canada v Bedford, a high-profile constitutional challenge to Canada’s current approach to prostitution. In this episode, part 2 of 2, we discuss the principle of “harm reduction” in Charter jurisprudence and what it means for the rule of law.

AG Canada v Bedford, Part I – Alan Young & Russell Browne
Posted on Tue, 24 Sep 2013 15:07:14 +0000

This summer, the SCC heard arguments for Canada (Attorney General) v Bedford, a high-profile constitutional challenge to Canada’s current approach to prostitution. In this episode, part 1 of 2, we discuss the history, the positions, and what’s at stake.

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