Why might labour and other public interest organizations seek to intervene in court cases – and how can they do so most effectively?
Adriel Weaver has acted for interveners in a number of cases, and shares her experience and insights with Cheryl Milne, Executive Director of the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights, in Episode 4 of the Asper Centre’s podcast Charter: A Course.
🎙️Episode 4 of our podcast dropped today‼️ Such great conversations between @Cheryl_Milne and @HowieKislowicz about #FreedomofReligion jurisprudence; and with Adriel Weaver of @GPLLP about the practice of interveners in constitutional litigation. LISTEN >> https://t.co/x742weHRFk pic.twitter.com/7lvUIMSJte
— Asper Centre (@AsperCentre) November 12, 2021