The Continuing Application of Gladue Principles in the Professional Discipline of Indigenous Lawyers: A Comment on Law Society of Ontario v McCullough
AbstractWhile Gladue principles have previously been applied in the professional discipline of Indigenous lawyers, the recent decision of the Law Society Tribunal in Law Society of Ontario v McCullough affirms and applies those precedents in new and powerful ways. In this case comment, I explain the ways in which McCullough is important in its application of Gladue principles and consider what questions remain to be settled in future decisions.
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