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Book Spotlight - Virtual Advocacy: Litigating from a Distance

Posted by Peel Law Association on 23 May 2023


Check out this resource in the PLA Library!

Virtual Advocacy: Litigating from a Distance
by Sean Petrou and Akiva Stern

Published: February 28, 2023 by LexisNexis Canada


 Chapter 1: Out of Court Examinations – Michael D. Briggs and Jordan Bierkos
 Chapter 2: Motions and Applications – Sam Rogers and Jacob Klugsberg
 Chapter 3: Key Conferences (Mediation and Pre-Trial) – Alexandra Cocks and Eric Pellegrino
 Chapter 4: Trials – Moya Graham
 Chapter 5: Appeals (Divisional Court and Court of Appeal for Ontario) – Sarit E. Batner and Holly Kallmeyer 
 Chapter 6: Federal Courts – Jamie S. S. Holtom, Edwin Mok and Andrew Medico
 Chapter 7: Supreme Court of Canada – Michael Feder and Connor Bildfell
 Chapter 8: Small Claims Court – Deputy Judge Dennis Ong 
 Chapter 9: Administrative Tribunals – Robin McKechney and Alexander Steele 
 Chapter 10: Commercial Arbitration – Thomas N.T. Sutton 
 Chapter 11: Privacy – Gillian P. Kerr and William Main 
 Chapter 12: Access to Justice – Justice for Children and Youth, Mary Birdsell, Emily Chan, Joie Chow and Jane Stewart
 Chapter 13: Annotated Jurisprudence – Adam Dobkin
 Chapter 14: Last Word from the Bench – The Honourable Justice Fred Myers
 Schedule A: General Considerations
 Schedule B: Extra-Provincial Practice
 Schedule C: Navigating CaseLines
 Schedule D: Navigating Zoom
 Schedule E: Navigating Microsoft Teams

To learn more about this resource, click here.


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