Day: April 8, 2014

Uniform Law Conference of Canada

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Feature Blogger: Reché McKeague

The Uniform Law Conference of Canada (ULCC) is a national organization that promotes uniformity of legislation among the provinces and territories.[1] It has met annually since 1918.[2]  The ULCC comprises delegates from each of the provincial and territorial governments, the federal government, law reform agencies, the Canadian Bar Association, and other interested parties. It is divided into three sections: civil, criminal, and drafting. This post will focus on the work of the civil section, as that is the section to which I belong and am most familiar. Read the rest of this entry »