Legal Practice Management, Public inquiries, Quebec, Supreme Court of Canada
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Public inquiries: Unchartered ground for lawyers

When Simon Ruel was recently beckoned to be deputy chief counsel of the Bastarache Commission, the Montreal lawyer was delighted to have an opportunity to leave his imprimatur in the inquiry into alleged political interference in the nomination of Quebec judges even though he was mindful of the long grind that awaited him.

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This story was originally published in The Lawyers Weekly.

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