Andrew Martin: Regulation of Federal Government Lawyers
Join Moira and Andrew Martin, Assistant Professor at the Schulich School of Law, as they discuss his recent paper in the DLJ: “The Implications of Federalism for the Regulation of Federal Government Lawyers”
Andrew discusses the potential for either a law society for federal government lawyers or a requirement that federal government lawyers be licensed in at least one province. Andrew also explains some of the nuances around restricting activism for government lawyers.
You can read Andrew's article here: Andrew Flavelle Martin, "The Implications of Federalism for the Regulation of Federal Government Lawyers" (2020) 43:1 Dal LJ 363.