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Opposing difficult and obsessive litigants

Responding to vexatious proceedings in Victoria[1]

Gabi Crafti, barrister

  1. This paper examines a small but devastating aspect of self-representation – vexatious litigation. Specifically, the paper looks at the subject from a defensive perspective; that is, it considers what a party can do when they are opposed to someone who they believe is waging a campaign of vexatious litigation against them.
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Resources for Self-Represented Litigants

By Melanie Hodges Neufeld

The National Self-Represented Litigants Project (NSRLP) has just released a useful list of resources for self-represented litigants in Saskatchewan. It includes information and links to various agencies (including the Law Society Library), as well as locations for in-person and online assistance. 17 more words

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Hello everyone. Below are summaries of this week’s Ontario Court of Appeal decisions. Topics covered include investigative receivership orders, reconsideration of a denied leave to appeal, summary judgment, extension of time to appeal, mortgages, and contract interpretation. 3,690 more words

First for Self-represented Litigants in Saskatchewan - The Lawyers Weekly

By Alan Kilpatrick

The April 24th, 2015 issue of The Lawyers Weekly highlights an important step forward for self-represented litigants in Saskatchewan.  Members of the Law Society of Saskatchewan access the online edition of… 247 more words

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Free public seminar on self-representation and vexatious litigation

Professor Tania Sourdin and I will be giving a free public seminar on self-represented litigants and vexatious proceedings on Thursday 25 June at 6pm at… 12 more words

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The CanLII Primer - Legal Research Principles and CanLII Navigation for Self-Represented Litigants

By Alan Kilpatrick

The National Self-Represented Litigants Project (NSRLP) has just developed an amazing new resource for self-represented litigants (SRLs) called, The CanLII Primer.  Are you familiar with the NSRLP? 368 more words

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