Not much is written about Quebec legal developments in English.
Quebec Court of Appeal Justice Allan Hilton once lamented that it is a pity that most jurists outside Quebec have not yet acquired the reflex to routinely consider judgments from Quebec courts, unless they are translated.
Law in Quebec hopes to make a modest contribution for those interested in legal current events and Quebec jurisprudence. On this note please bear in mind the Italian adage ‘traduttore, traditore’ – literally meaning ‘translator, traitor.’
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