Keeping to yesterday’s theme on Criminal Law and Impaired Driving resources, the SCC recently released a couple of decisions on driving under the influence.
From Supreme Advocacy Issue #61’s “Supreme One-Liners”:
R. v. Gubbins, 2018 SCC 44 (37395) (37403)
Maintenance records of breathalyzers subject to third party disclosure regime.
R. v. Awashish, 2018 SCC 45 (37207)
Certiorari an extraordinary remedy, available only in narrow circumstances.
The full summary from Supreme Advocacy is available here. You can sign up for a free subscription to Supreme Advocacy here.
This Friday, the Supreme Court of Canada will release its decision on Trinity Western University et al v. Law Society of Upper Canada and Law Society of British Columbia v. Trinity Western University et al. These appeals, heard at the same time, concern the denial of accreditation by the law societies of a proposed new law school at Trinity Western. At issue is a community covenant students would be required to sign, based on Evangelical Christian principles of Biblical teachings and morality.
Each appeal was allowed numerous interveners to join (TWU v. LSUC, LSBC v. TWU).
Much has been written about the arguments so far, and there will be more analysis to come. This post will be updated on Friday with a link to the decision.
CanLII Connects re TWU v. LSUC, LSBC v. TWU
theCourt.ca re TWU
Trinity Western University v. Law Society of Upper Canada, 2018 SCC 33
Law Society of British Columbia v. Trinity Western University, 2018 SCC 32