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Atlantic Lottery Corp v Babstock: Waiver of Tort Steps Out of the 17th Century, but Uncertainty Persists

  • August 04, 2020

In Atlantic Lottery Corp v Babstock (“Babstock”), the Supreme Court of Canada recently rendered a decision that settles a significant issue in the area of remedies in tort, contract, and unjust enrichment, but the decision raises a host of other questions for how Canadian tort law, contract law and the law of damages will develop in the coming years.

Civil Litigation

Unconscious Bias Resources

  • July 16, 2020

A series of resources WLF has identified to help individuals understand their unconscious biases and develop tools to counteract them.

Women Lawyers

COVID-19 Updates

  • July 07, 2020

CBA Public Sector Lawyers Section - COVID-19 Updates

Public Sector

Doing Business Internationally Series

  • June 29, 2020

The CBA International Law Section’s Doing Business Internationally Series (DBI) is an ongoing collection of programs exploring legal issues arising from growth via exporting, direct investing and doing business abroad. 

International Law

Writing Her In Student Essay Contest Winner 2020

  • June 24, 2020

The CBA Women Lawyers Forum is pleased to announce Samantha Peters as the first-ever winner of the Write Her In Essay Contest, for her paper entitled Making Social Context Education Mandatory: Why Cultural Competency Should Matter in the Courtroom. Samantha Peters graduated from the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law with specializations in public law and dispute resolution and professionalism.

Women Lawyers