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When families face troubled times, the law can guide and help.
Mark G. Jones
The Federal Child Support Guidelines remove some of the uncertainty in calculating child support.
Parents, whether married or not, worry about the rules when traveling with minor children, if the other parent is not along. Here is information to help.
Lana Wells and Alina Turner
There is evidence of a correlation between levels of family violence and the numbers and locations of liquor outlets.
A recent ruling in the United States has repercussions for a woman seeking refugee status in Canada.
Could family court proceedings be made easier and less stressful for families if one court dealt with all aspects of family law?
A growing body of individuals have raised a clamour about unpaid internships, arguing that they are tantamount to exploitation.
This unpaid intern summarizes the good and the bad aspects of the experience.
The death of a young Alberta man has caused a second look at unpaid internships.
When facing terror, there are limits to what law can achieve
Craig Forcese and Kent Roach
Human Rights Law
Why Canada should have a Museum for Human Rights
A helpful Guidance on Ineligible Individuals, but Questions Remain
Considering Jurisdiction in Interprovincial Custody Applications
Employees on Probation
Peter Bowal and Luke Stephenson
A Famous Case Revisited
Whatever Happened To . . . Can. Aero v. O’Malley
Peter Bowal and Francisco Etelvir Dantas Filho
Law and Literature
The Gallant Yet Illegal Cause: Canadians in the Spanish Civil War