The Minister of Justice of Alberta, the Chief Justice of Canada, and the Law Society of Alberta have, on numerous occasions, called upon governments, courts, and institutions to enhance access to justice for those citizens who cannot afford legal services.
What does CJC stand for?
CJC stands for Chief Justice of Canada
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- Military and Government
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We have 93 other meanings of CJC in our Acronym Attic
- Canadian Jewish Congress (Congrès Juif Canadien)
- Canadian Joint Council
- Canadian Journal of Chemistry (est. 1929)
- Canadian Journal of Communication
- Canadian Judicial Council
- Canberra Japan Club (est. 1997)
- Catholic Junior College (Singapore)
- Central Johannesburg College (South Africa)
- Certified Junior Culinarian (American Culinary Federation)
- Chicago Jobs Council
- Clinton Junior College (South Carolina)
- Coalition for Jubilee Clemency
- Codex Juris Canonici (Latin: Codex of the Canon Law)
- Colchester Judo Club (martial arts; UK)
- Cold Junction Compensator (used with thermocouples)
- Colegio Jacques Cousteau (school)
- Collectif Jeune Cinéma (French film association)
- College of Journalism and Communication
- Commission on Judicial Conduct
- Commonwealth Judo Championship (martial arts)
Samples in periodicals archive:
As Minister of Justice, I consult with: * the Chief Justice of Canada and perhaps other members of the Supreme Court of Canada * the Chief Justices of the courts of the relevant region * the Attorneys General of the relevant region; * at least one senior member of the Canadian Bar Association; * at least one senior member of the Law Society of the relevant region.
Its members consist of the Chief Justice of Canada, and eight puisne Justices appointed by the Governor in Council (by prerogative, the Prime Minister nominates the individual) from among superior court judges or barristers having at least ten years' standing at the bar of a province or territory.
Chief Justice of Canada 25th Anniversary of the Charter Symposium Notes (1) Eldridge v.
The normal expectation through the centuries has been that pregnancy is followed by childbirth, and here was the Chief Justice of Canada making it seem that childbirth was not a necessary consequence at all.
The winners were announced on Law Day, April 17, 2007 and invited to Ottawa for a visit to the Supreme Court, Parliament, the Museum of Civilization and dinner with the Chief Justice of Canada.
The chairperson is a judge appointed by the Chief Justice of the province, or, if no judge is available, a person resident in the province (generally a retired judge) appointed by the Chief Justice of Canada.