Category Archives: Decisions

Court holds that research lawyers are vital to practice of law

Ok, I may be paraphrasing slightly, but Master B.M. Young in Worth v. Spelliscy, 2012 BCSC 1873  did say that legal research is probably almost always necessary, at least in sophisticated commercial cases. This case arose as a result of a review under … Continue reading

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Sentencing idiots

There are days when I really regret going into a career that requires so much research. On the other hand, it’s because of my research duties that I’m aware of cases like R. v. Smickle  – kudos to Molloy J. for knowing how … Continue reading

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