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In All Fairness is a Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice podcast channel welcoming representatives from the legal community and exploring how we can all contribute to improving the administration of justice in Canada. Legal professionals will benefit from informed discussions on key issues, essential knowledge and insights to strengthen their practice.

En toute justice est une série de balados de l’Institut canadien d’administration de la justice qui donne la parole à différents acteurs du milieu juridique, pour explorer comment nous pouvons tous contribuer à une meilleure administration de la justice au Canada. Les membres de la communauté juridique y trouveront des propos éclairés sur des enjeux clés, des informations essentielles et des conseils judicieux pour enrichir leur pratique.

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In All Fairness is a Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice podcast channel welcoming representatives from the legal community and exploring how we can all contribute to improving the administration of justice in Canada. Legal professionals will benefit from informed discussions on key issues, essential knowledge and insights to strengthen their practice.

En toute justice est une série de balados de l’Institut canadien d’administration de la justice qui donne la parole à différents acteurs du milieu juridique, pour explorer comment nous pouvons tous contribuer à une meilleure administration de la justice au Canada. Les membres de la communauté juridique y trouveront des propos éclairés sur des enjeux clés, des informations essentielles et des conseils judicieux pour enrichir leur pratique.

    Implementing the TRC Calls to Action in the Courtroom

    Implementing the TRC Calls to Action in the Courtroom

    Megan Vis-Dunbar, a Liaison Lawyer and the Manager of Local Libraries at Courthouse Libraries BC, is interviewing Jennifer Cox, Commission Counsel for the Mass Casualty Commission. Together, they discuss concrete ways in which courts and tribunals can build authentic relationships with Indigenous communities in order to develop a better understanding of their realities, generate mutual trust and deliver better justice.

    • 20 min
    How Do Our Brains Decide What to Pay Attention To? Part III − With Host Caroline Mandell

    How Do Our Brains Decide What to Pay Attention To? Part III − With Host Caroline Mandell

    In this third and last episode of a new three-part series on how the brain works, host Caroline Mandell is welcoming Dr. Sophie Leroy, Associate Professor of Management at the University of Washington BothellSchool of Business. Together they explore topics such as attention, distraction and procrastination and discuss their implications for judges – and all legal professionals – as high-volume decision-makers and writers.

    • 48 min
    How Do Our Brains Get Things Done? Part II − With Host Caroline Mandell

    How Do Our Brains Get Things Done? Part II − With Host Caroline Mandell

    In this second episode, host Caroline Mandell is interviewing David Badre, professor of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences at Brown University, located in Providence, Rhode Island. Together, they explain what cognitive control (also known as executive function) is and discuss its implications for judges – and all legal professionals – as knowledge workers engaged in high-stakes, non-routine tasks.

    • 46 min
    How Do Our Brains Process Information? Part I − With Host Caroline Mandell

    How Do Our Brains Process Information? Part I − With Host Caroline Mandell

    In this first episode of a new three-part series on how the brain works, host Caroline Mandell is speaking with UNSW Sydney’s Emeritus Professor John Sweller. Together, they explore a fundamental question: how do our brains process, retain, retrieve, and apply information? In short: how do we learn?

    • 49 min
    The Application of Gladue Principles beyond the Criminal Law Context

    The Application of Gladue Principles beyond the Criminal Law Context

    Megan Vis-Dunbar, a Liaison Lawyer and the Manager of Local Libraries at Courthouse Libraries BC, is interviewing the Honourable Justice Michelle O'Bonsawin of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice on the themes of Gladue principles in a mental health context, child protection, and more. This podcast was recorded at CIAJ's 45th Annual Conference on Indigenous Peoples and the Law, as a complement to Panel six on "Canada’s Treatment of Indigenous Offenders."

    • 14 min
    Les conférences de règlement à l’amiable : points de vue du juge et de l’avocat

    Les conférences de règlement à l’amiable : points de vue du juge et de l’avocat

    Dans cet épisode, l’avocate et animatrice Caroline Bourbonnais s’entretient avec sa collègue, Me Awatif Lakhdar, associée chez Lavery Avocats, et l’honorable André Roy, juge à la Cour supérieure du Québec. Ensemble, ils analysent les conférences de règlement à l’amiable (CRA) selon le point de vue du juge et de l’avocat, tout en abordant certains points essentiels : définition, déroulement, intervenants, avantages, rôle du juge et de l’avocat, facteurs de succès, etc

    • 52 min

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