Procedural issues raised in the McCabe case – 1 CPD Unit

$99.00

This course looks at the procedural issues in the McCabe case, with a focus on the role of the lawyers and the court in effecting fair process.

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Who is this course for?

All Lawyers.

What will you learn?

This course looks at the procedural issues in the McCabe case, with a focus on the role of the lawyers and the court in effecting fair process. The aim of the course is for you to understand:
  • the history and facts of the McCabe case
  • the role of the court in the adversarial system
  • the role of discovery in litigation
  • how to critique the role of all parties in the adversarial system
  • the problems with the adversarial system

How long is it going to take?

This is a 60 minute course in easy to consume sections, giving you the flexibility to learn when it fits your schedule.

Course Author: Camille Cameron

Dean of Law; Weldon Professor of Law
Schulich School of Law

Dean Cameron began her career in private practice in a commercial law firm in Halifax, Nova Scotia where she specialized in civil litigation. While in practice she was a frequent presenter at continuing legal education seminars and bar admissions courses, and taught Civil Trial Practice and Civil Procedure as a sessional lecturer. After ten years of law practice, she obtained an LLM degree at the University of Cambridge and then took up an academic appointment in Hong Kong. Prior to joining the Schulich School of Law, she held academic posts as the Dean of Windsor Law at the University of Windsor, and as a Professor at the University of Melbourne, Australia where she served a term as Associate Dean and as Director of the Civil Justice Research Group.