The Canadian Bar Review


The latest issue (99.1) of the Canadian Bar Review is available, featuring an article using fingerprint comparison and a British Columbia trial to reveal systemic problems with forensic evidence in the Canadian criminal legal system. Also discussed in the CBA’s peer-reviewed, bilingual legal journal are Pierringer settlement agreement, the power to exclude improperly obtained evidence in civil proceedings, a critique of the Supreme Court of Canada’s Reference Re Genetic Non-Discrimination Act and a case commentary of Araya et al. v Nevsun Resources Ltd. French content includes an article about the legal status and personal liability of robots in Quebec private law and a review of common myths against non-sexist legal writing.