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LAWYERED is a bi-weekly, independent podcast series that focuses on Canadian legal issues. Each episode features a conversation with a different legal professional who will provide their insight on recent developments in the law.
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Apr 19, 2017

In part three of my interview with mental health lawyer, Mercedes Perez, we speak about a recent appellate ruling that shed lights on the available ORB remedies for hospital misconduct.

Apr 19, 2017

In part two of my interview with mental health lawyer, Mercedes Perez, we speak about her successful constitutional challenge and the resulting amendments to the Ontario Mental Health Act.

Apr 19, 2017

In part one of my interview with mental health lawyer, Mercedes Perez, we speak about legality and practical effects of CTOs.

Apr 19, 2017

On this week’s episode, we’re sitting down with Mercedes Perez, one of Toronto's leading mental health lawyers and successful Charter appellant.

Topics: community treatment orders; new order-making powers for long-term involuntary patients; and Charter remedies for hospital misconduct.

Apr 5, 2017

In part three of my interview with administrative lawyer, Gavin Mackenzie, we speak about a clarifying appeal case on the role of precedents in a tribunal context.

Apr 5, 2017

In part one of my interview with administrative lawyer, Gavin Mackenzie, we speak about the upcoming Trinity Western University appeals at the Supreme Court.

Apr 5, 2017

In part two of my interview with administrative lawyer, Gavin Mackenzie, we discuss the Supreme Court of Canada’s recent holdings on reasonableness and deference, the current Dunsmuir standards of review.

Apr 5, 2017

This week, we're speaking about administrative law with Gavin MacKenzie, former LSUC Treasurer and the repeatedly-named Toronto Lawyer of the Year.

Topics: Trinity Western University appeals; standards of review at the Supreme Court; and precedents at the tribunal level.

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