CCAIFJ fête 25 ans de protection des droits de femmes dans le système de justice

Lundi 6 mai 2019 (Halifax, N.-É.) – Pour fêter son 25e anniversaire, le chapitre canadien de l’Association internationale des femmes juges (CCAIFJ) remet à deux de ces anciennes présidentes le prix d’excellence. L’honorable Petra Newton, de la cour de justice de l’Ontario, était à Halifax la semaine dernière pour recevoir son prix, dans le cadre… Continue reading CCAIFJ fête 25 ans de protection des droits de femmes dans le système de justice

CCIAWJ Celebrates 25 Years Protecting Rights of Women in the Justice System

Monday, May 6, 2019 (Halifax, NS) – To help mark its 25th anniversary this year, the Canadian Chapter of the International Association of Women Judges (CCIAWJ) is honouring two of its Past Presidents with a Lifetime Achievement Award. The Hon. Petra Newton of the Ontario Court of Justice was in Halifax last week to receive… Continue reading CCIAWJ Celebrates 25 Years Protecting Rights of Women in the Justice System

Justice Tamarin Dunnet first recipient of CCIAWJ Lifetime Achievement Award

The CCIAWJ Communications Committee wishes to introduce Justice Tamarin Dunnet, the first recipient of the CCIAWJ Lifetime Achievement Award. Le comité des communications du Chapitre canadien de l’Association internationale des femmes juges (CCIAWJ) souhaite présenter la juge Tamarin Dunnet, première récipiendaire du prix pour l’œuvre d’une vie du CCIAWJ.

Women Judges Support Aboriginal Legal Education

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Women Judges Support Aboriginal Legal Education Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – June 3, 2014 – Madam Justice Donna Wilson, Justice of Her Majesty’s Court of Queen’s Bench for Saskatchewan, stopped by the Native Law Centre to drop off a generous $3000.00 cheque from the Canadian Chapter, International Association of Women Judges (CCIAWJ). The… Continue reading Women Judges Support Aboriginal Legal Education

International Women’s Day looks at whether women judges have made a difference

Have women judges really made a difference? This question echoed the title of Justice Bertha Wilson’s famous speech at Osgoode Hall Law School in 1990, and was posed to the panellists at the International Women’s Day Forum held Monday March 2 at the Law Society.  Co-hosted by the Law Society, the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic,… Continue reading International Women’s Day looks at whether women judges have made a difference