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Legislative Drafting Webinar

Judicial Review of Delegated Legislation: The Long and Winding Road to Vavilov
90-minute webinar, June 17, 2020, at noon (ET)

Now available on demand

Will COVID-19 Be the Catalyst We Were Waiting for to Modernize the Courts?
90-minute special webcast featuring Chief Justice Richard Wagner and Professor Richard Susskind.

Now available on demand

Six Months of Vavilov: Where Are We Now?
60-minute webinar featuring Professor Paul Daly.

Indigenous Peoples and the Law

45th Annual Conference
October 21-23, 2020, Vancouver

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Since its inception in 1974, the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice (CIAJ) brings together individuals and institutions involved in the administration of justice and promotes excellence through knowledge, learning and the exchange of ideas. CIAJ offers multidisciplinary programs designed for all stakeholders in the justice system, prepares reports and issues recommendations that could lay the groundwork for change.

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Why We Should Continue to Inquire Into Jury Representation

Over the last year, CIAJ has hosted four Roundtables that brought together actors of the justice system to talk about the under-representation of Indigenous Peoples on criminal juries. The study of systemic discrimination in the context of juries and jury selection is not new, and the problem persists.