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Reasons to Subscribe to the Federal Courts Reports Mailing List

If your practice includes

  • Constitutional and Administrative law
  • Tax law
  • Intellectual property law
  • Immigration law
  • any other area of law within the jurisdiction of the Federal Court of Appeal or the Federal Court

there are three good reasons to consult the official, bilingual reports series of the Federal Court of Appeal and the Federal Court.

Case selection

Stringent selection standards are applied by the Editor, assisted by an advisory committee of distinguished counsel: Suzanne Thibaudeau, Q.C. and Lorne Waldman, Waldman & Associates.

Reliability

The Federal Courts Reports are prepared by a team of Legal Editors and production staff specialists whose goal is to produce a publication that can be relied upon by the profession with full confidence. This series incorporates judicially authorized corrections to reasons for judgment which may not be found in other reporters.

Selected decisions are published in both official languages and undergo a thorough editorial process. This process includes copy editing and citation verification by a team of legal research editors, as well as the preparation of headnotes and captions, and confirmation by legal editors of translation accuracy.

Affordability

As a service of the Government of Canada, the Federal Courts Reports are available free of charge on the Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs' Web site.

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