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Mandate

The Legislation & Law Reform Committee (L&LR) is a Standing Committee of the CBA. Its primary mandate is to assist the Canadian Bar Association to pursue improvement in the law and the administration of justice by:

(a) promoting consideration by the Association of legal and policy issues:

i) which are of interest or concern to the legal community,

ii) to which the legal profession has a social or moral obligation to respond,

iii) upon which the Association can inform public debate;
(b) promoting and facilitating adoption by the Association of principled positions based on sound, comprehensive analysis of legal and policy issues;

(c) ensuring that positions adopted by the Association are clearly and accurately presented to government, other persons who should consider, act upon or be aware of them, and the public;

(d) promoting implementation of Association policy on substantive issues."

Resolution 93-29-A

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The Legislation & Law Reform (L&LR) Committee is a Standing Committee of the CBA.

Its primary mandate is to assist the CBA to pursue improvement in the law and the administration of justice.

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Canadian Bar Advocacy, a publication of the L&LR Committee, offers updates on CBA advocacy efforts in the professional and public interest.

Canadian Bar Advocacy – Vol. 8, 2013-2014 (.pdf)


 

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