Submissions and Legislative Updates

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Situation in Afghanistan

  • August 23, 2021

The CBA joins with other G7 bar associations to urge G7 countries to ensure the safety of Afghan human rights defenders and in particular of Afghan women judges and lawyers.

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Judicial Compensation and Benefits

  • April 08, 2021

The CBA responds to the 6th quadrennial Judicial Compensation and Benefits Commission in determining fair and just judicial and prothonotary compensation and benefits pursuant to the Judges Act.

Judges Forum, Pensions and Benefits Law

Federal Judicial Appointments

  • November 23, 2020

The CBA reiterates its views on the federal judicial appointments process.

Aboriginal Law, Civil Litigation, Constitutional & Human Rights and 3 more..., Judges Forum, Taxation Law, Women Lawyers

Bill C-5 — Judges Act and Criminal Code (sexual assault training)

  • March 20, 2020

The CBA says that Bill C-5, requiring federal judges to take sexual assault training, is unnecessary, omits provincial and territorial judges who deal with most related cases, and could erode judicial independence.

Constitutional & Human Rights, Criminal Justice

Ethical Principles for Judges

  • February 13, 2020

The CBA recommends that the Ethical Principles for Judges be a code of conduct with clear, consistent and directive language to give meaningful guidance to judges and enhance public understanding and confidence in judicial ethics.

Judges Forum

Congratulations and Invitation

  • January 15, 2019

The CBA welcomes the new Minister of Justice

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